The Future of Video Is Multicultural: Are You Ready?


The cultural landscape of the U.S. and elsewhere has been in flux for a while, and we’re now seeing the effects fit into place. How does that affect content creation? Well, just look at the recent Netflix phenomenon Squid Game, which became the streaming platform’s most watched series in its 15-year existence in just 17 […]

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ISO Standards in the Translation Industry


The massive growth and evolution of the language industry has created a need for standardization of content translation. As a result, the International Organization for Standardization, ISO, has come up with standards governing the quality of translations. Translation quality is vital in the medical, legal, accounting, and IP fields, where poor quality translation can cause […]

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What Is Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in the Context of Language Access?


Language access refers to the services employed by various agencies to remove the communication gap between two individuals who do not speak the same language. In the United States, there are federal laws and executive orders designed to obligate federal government-funded agencies to observe the requirements for language access. Individuals with limited English proficiency benefit […]

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Do You Need to Translate Your Podcast?


Over the past few years, podcasts have witnessed tremendous growth in popularity. They have offered a new platform for people to learn, laugh, and relax. With podcast’s rising popularity, individuals and corporates are now turning to this platform to create and share content with their global audience. However, this massive global coverage sometimes creates a […]

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What Is DTP and How Does It Relate to the Translation Industry?


Whether you’re a small business with a few employees or a large organization with many, chances are someone uses DTP for your marketing materials. DTP, or desktop publishing, is the collective name for most of the layout and design software used to make brochures, flyers, corporate publications and more. It might be used to create […]

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Why It Pays (and Saves) to Translate Your Social Media


Over the years, social media has evolved from a mere communication and connection platform for personal use into a vital business tool allowing businesses and organizations to connect with their global audience.  And with this global coverage comes the need to translate your social media to meet the needs of your global audience. If you […]

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