Verbal Ink, iRadeo Announce Partnership
Santa Monica, CA, Mar 26, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Verbal Ink Transcription Services is pleased to announce its partnership with iRadeo. Both Southern California-based companies provide tools for capturing and sharing their clients' ideas. iRadeo allows its users to host broadcasting of podcasts on their very own Internet radio stations; Verbal Ink then transcribes those podcasts, or any other types of audio files, into search engine-friendly text files.
Podcasting is a great way to instantly share one's ideas with an interested audience. Originally viewed as "audio blogs," today's podcasts include interviews, live event reporting, tutorials and training, and even new product marketing. Since search engines don't "read" or understand audio content, podcast transcription is highly important. Transcribed podcasts expand the podcaster's reach online, increase accessibility, and serve as a useful reference tool for listeners.
"We are excited to partner with Verbal Ink, the leading transcription service provider in the industry, to offer our customers the next level of radio streaming solutions," said iRadeo's founders. Verbal Ink founder and CEO JR Wurster added, "This partnership is a natural fit. We look forward to continuing to explore new ways of helping people tell their stories and share their experiences."
iRadeo is an all-in-one radio streaming platform that allows its users to start an online radio station, publish a podcast, or share their audio online. Their dedicated Internet radio stations allow podcasters to customize templates, receive advertising revenue, and review station analytics. The iRadeo player can be fully customized and embedded within any website or shared through social media.
Founded in 2003, Verbal Ink is one of the leading providers of online transcription services. Verbal Ink handles thousands of audio transcription projects each year, including academic transcription, interview transcription, and podcast transcription. All work is performed in the United States by native English speakers as Verbal Ink does not outsource any jobs overseas.
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