Our services for the media industry include television interviews, press conferences, film functions, short movie assistance, research, movie or product launches, documentary translation, video transcription, sub titling and telephonic interpretation. We have at our disposal, language experts who are able to communicate in over 300 languages and dialects totalling up to over 8,000 linguistic experts across the USA and the globe.
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The media sector is a vast and ever green field where political and cross cultural aspects play a crucial role when releasing products into another market. Our native translators are aware of how to deal with sensitive aspects of the media industry. Our assistance can and will empower your media organization to enter with complete and total confidence into new markets, irrelevant of the language requirements or location.
So whether you need an interpreter for video conferencing, voiceovers, press meets, special events, interviews, research or just to translate a document, our service ensures we are able to find and provide you with the right person for your needs.
Our qualified linguists have a proven track record of working with the media as well as the entertainment industry and we continually work to maintain the set standards as well as improve upon processes already in place. Our highly skilled and well experienced Media sector translators can translate any kind of document ranging from audio files to websites, films and research documents.
We only use professional media translators who have worked with a wide range of media firms within the USA and overseas and have a thorough understanding of your particular sector’s terminology. Many of our media translators are highly qualified having passed important industry exams, leading to accreditation with professional associations such as ATA, IOL (Chartered Institute of Linguists) and ITI (Institute of Translating and Interpreting).