In 2017, a research report commissioned by Voices.com put the global market for audio recording at USD 4.4 billion.
Every day multimedia companies produce materials for the entertainment industry, commercials and advertising through storytelling, as well as television training and eLearning. Multimedia localization needs to immediately cast for, record, edit, mix, and publish these types of content so that they can be distributed worldwide. […]
With more and more translation companies moving into media localization to reap the benefits from the entertainment industry, we decided to look at the business side of Russian entertainment localization. […]
Today's content is force-fed to us through multiple distribution channels – television, computers, radio, mobile phones, electronic games and more. Despite what cynics say, our attention spans are not getting shorter – they are simply more fragmented. Read on to learn about the top countries with multi-screen audiences and the frequency of multi-screen use […]
It isn't just for Uber drivers and AirBnB landlords. The gig economy is something that is reaching in to all other industries, and localization is no exception. In the 2017 Global Voice-Over Industry Trends and Influencers, we analyze how the rise of P2P (Pay to Play) sites for multilingual voice-overs are disrupting the established supply chain […]