Captioning as a Family Business

Many captioning companies have their beginnings as a mom-and-pop shop or a husband-and-wife business. Uniquely, Aberdeen got its start as three siblings--Matthew Cook, Amy (Cook) McKay and Becky (Cook) Isaacs--and one vision: access for everyone. While sitting around a campfire in the summer of 2001, they came up with the idea, as Amy had been in the captioning business for several years when Matthew and Becky realized the far-reaching benefits of captioning, as well as the business opportunity. After much contemplation about working together and keeping a strong family bond, they decided to launch Aberdeen Captioning, Inc.

From their humble beginnings, to over 30 team members strong, Aberdeen has become a leader in the captioning industry. Aberdeen is built upon a strong work ethic, integrity, honesty, Christian faith and a friendly way of doing business they developed growing up in a small farming town in Michigan. When they say they will do something, they do it.

They believe captioning should be made available to all people. Closed-captioning users are vital members of our communities, the marketplace, and the world. They take pride in providing ACCESS to ALL viewers.