We recently tweeted a link to an interesting piece of market research from Addison Group on the things journalists most want on a corporate website. One of them is video transcripts - most journalists don't have time to watch the videos themselves, but they do want to pick out quotes. That reminded me of something a former financial analysts told us the other day - that he didn't watch webcasts but did scan the transcripts. This implies that transcripts are not just a useful extra (and good for accessibility), they may actually be more important than the video itself. Which of course leads to the question, should you just publish the transcript and forget the video? Brave, but not necessarily that stupid.