[Sep 07, 2021 – Los Angles, CA, US] – The world of languages and media continues to thrive leading to the need for increased collaboration between stakeholders.
1-StopAsia HQ Europe – The 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Language Transfer in Audiovisual Media is approaching and we’re thrilled that we’ll be at the Languages & the Media 2021 event.
We are excited that our CEO Don Shin and our Media Business Manager Semi Hong will be there to meet new and old friends and form their impressions from this thriving industry.
Held virtually this and last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the overriding theme of this event will be titled “Riding the Wave” and will be held online over five days from 20 to 24 September 2021. It will bring together top academic experts and prominent industry stakeholders who will, under a packed program, focus on some of the latest trends and technologies in the space of media localization and access services.
Riding the Wave to a new future
With the theme “Riding the Wave”, the event recognizes that there is a growing appetite for audiovisual content with the vast proliferation of a multitude of platforms all around the world. In addition, the process of workflows is changing with the emergence of new ones owing to cloud infrastructure and remote collaboration. There is and continues to be increased innovation in the industry as some players consolidate their activities while new entrants are “disrupting the conventional workplace.”
The industry is seeing concurrent translation and post-editing with the integration and experimentation of language tools leading to reinvention. As a result, there’s never been a greater need for research and change as older norms are becoming challenged, while newer ones are emerging to take heed of audience needs.
What are and will be the impacts of legislation and regulation on the industry? What are some of the shared goals that exist? How can sensory and language barriers to audiovisual content be broken down? How can the industry continue to educate, inform and educate the world?
The answers to these questions and so much more will be pondered and addressed by the stakeholders at this event. They will also collaborate in order to address industry challenges with strategies that are comprehensive, responsible and fair.
For more information, visit the website of the event: Languages & the Media 2021