As the person who transcribed two hour+ Claremont interviews plus an hour+ Brian Reed interview and an hour+ Abnett and Lanning interview (particularly difficult because they both sound like characters in A Clockwork Orange), I can tell you that there is nothing more suicide-inducing than transcription. It basically takes an hour for every fifteen minutes just to get a draft, which then needs to be revised multiple times. Unless you're like some kind of shorthand master or something.
IMO, a better path to getting audio/video interviews to written form would be a summary with select quotes, and then the video for anyone who wants to hear the whole thing. IMO. YMMV.