Multilingual Broadcast of the 2012 Olympics

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This year, the Olympic Games will be broadcast in more languages than ever. London welomes nearly three times as many journalists as athletes. The statistic comes mainly by default, as the Games will merely be broadcast by more nations than … Read More

Machine Translation Errors

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Machine translation is a quick fix. It certainly has its place – this year in the Olympic Village, hundreds of athletes will be able to communicate better with media, fans, facilities staff and other athletes with the quick click of … Read More

Translations in Elections

Campaigning to a multilingual electorate is not unique to politicians in the United States, though the money that is spent targeting specific language groups – particularly Spanish-speakers – might be unparalleled.

The Washington Post reported that Democratic Super PAC groups … Read More

Preventing workplace injuries through language training

OSHA regulations are designed to keep employees safe, and also to protect businesses from fraudulent claims. Transmitting these regulations to the workforce is incredibly important to both parties. Yet an often overlooked but essential component of workplace safety is language … Read More

Spanish and Major League Baseball

On opening day 2010, 28.3 percent of Major League baseball players were Latino, and that number is likely even larger today. Many of those players are native Spanish speakers that require translation of important documents like benefits descriptions and changes … Read More

What Identity means to Latinos in America

As a language translation agency, we’re intrigued by cultural identity studies, particularly among those cultures whose languages we translate. Recent research conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that even though American Latinos are united by a common heritage language, … Read More

Marketing to a Multilingual Workforce

Today’s American workforce is more multilingual than ever. Studies show that as Latinos become the nation’s largest minority group, Spanish-speakers hold a significant place in our national economy. Companies both large and small can benefit from a multilingual approach – … Read More

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