Interview – Transcribed

I must love you guys. Transcribing 18 minutes and change is not simple, fast, or easy. In fact, it’s only slightly less annoying than it was in 2000. It’s 2013! Where’s my flying car and auto-transcription service!?

So here’s the audio:

And of course I have for you a transcription: CableTV Interview

coolchange013All errors are my fault. It’s been a while since I’ve done something that long!

Cute things to note!

  • This is Jorja’s 18th consecutive year in prime time
  • Jorja calls the flashbacks in ep 300 ‘fauxbacks’
  • Jorja wore a wig for the fauxbacks
  • Jorja totally would have come back after all the love was shown her by the fans in 2007, had she not been so tired

Read the transcript to glean more adorable moments. That last one melted my heart.

13 thoughts on “ Interview – Transcribed”

  1. Helly Bradley-Wyatt

    Jorja’s voice is so dreamy! I could listen to her for ever and a day! To be cheeky the tone of her voice is really sexy! She is so eloquent! I should imagine that in real life she is an amazing person to be around! Thanks for the transcript!

      1. @Mika E. (Ipstenu): You made my day (again) 🙂 Thank you so very much, Mika 🙂 I love listening to her… It’s also a great exercise for my listening skills 😆

        Keep the great work going 🙂 I appreciate it. A lot. 😀

      2. @Mika E. (Ipstenu): 🙂 I like using English a lot. I take CPE classes so I’m somehow forced to do it. But as far as listening to Jorja is concerned, I could do it all day long lol even if she was reading a dictionary or some other boring stuff 😛 I know, I’m nuts, but that’s how I am and feel about her 😀 That’s way I’m still searching for the Mill Valley speech record 😎 I just want to listen to her being herself without that Sara-like technical tone 🙂 And one more thing – listening to her speaking by the phone was even more interesting as I could imagine her in everyday situation 🙂

        Anyway, thanks one more time for your work 🙂

  2. Who’s this Monica? Is she still in school? Her interviewing style is a bit… like… um… amateurish. Jorja was lovely as ever though. Thanks Mika 🙂

    1. @Tania: She’s new to me too. Looks like she’s been writing in papers since 2000 or so. I have to say, people NEVER sound as great in these interviews as they do when they write it up. Even Jorja uses ‘um’ a lot. It’s pretty brave to just post the unedited interview like that.

      The art of a live interview is complicated. My cousin does radio bits, and there’s normally a lot of editing involved.

      1. @Mika E. (Ipstenu):

        Hmmm. I’m not sure there is an art to it in all honesty – in fact, after having heard a lot of live interviews taking place (I spent 5 years working in media for a Premier League soccer club) I’m fairly sure that there isn’t. Anyway, thanks for posting this – REALLY looking forward to Frame by Frame now!

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