On our way to Languages & The Media in Berlin
[1-StopAsia HQ Europe] We are now heading to one more location – Berlin, Germany for the 12th International Conference on Language Transfer in Audiovisual Media – Languages & The Media 2018.
It is a busy month for us at 1-StopAsia with so many intriguing and interesting events happening all over Europe.
We are thrilled that our CEO Don Shin and our Sales Expert Robin Sung are on their way there as we publish this news. They are looking forward to meeting new and old friends and gathering their own impression on the industry.
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION RESHAPING LANGUAGES IN THE MEDIA
‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution – Reshaping Languages in the Media’ is the overriding theme of ‘Languages and the Media’, which will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin from 3rd – 5th October 2018. In its sessions and workshops, the conference will examine in detail the various developments, innovations and changes that are setting the framework for the future of the audiovisual media industry and the role of languages in it.
We are in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, an age in which the physical, digital and biological worlds are increasingly interlinked by new technologies. This revolution is already having a profound impact on almost all industries and economies.
What will its effect be on the media? How will it transform the use of languages? How will technological innovation lead to change that is “empowering” and “human-centred”?
‘Languages and the Media,’ the 12th International Conference on Audiovisual Language Transfer in the Media, will examine the ways in which innovative technologies are changing the globalised provision of audiovisual media and the ways we consume it across and within languages. It will consider how audiovisual media is produced, accessed and made accessible to diverse international, national and regional user groups. And it will ask how, to increase their revenue, proliferating transnational distribution channels are able to target diverse multilingual populations with language and accessibility services that are both immediate and disparate.
For more information, visit the website of the event: Languages & The Media 2018