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TranslateMedia is a leading global translation agency with offices in London, New York, Paris, Munich and Hong Kong. With a network of over 5,000 professional linguists, TranslateMedia serves clients across a broad range of industries, using innovative web technologies to bring multilingual media effortlessly and cost-effectively to its customers.

Our professional language services have been independently audited and awarded the EN15038 and IS09001 certificates, which is reflective of the quality standards that we maintain throughout the company. In 2010, TranslateMedia was ranked 9th in the Deloitte Fast 500 for EMEA 2010, coming first in the media sector.

About the Authors

Matt Train has been working in the language services industry since 2004, as a project manager and recently as Director of Operations at TranslateMedia, an award-winning global translation agency headquartered in London. With a network of over 5,000 professional in-country language experts, offering over 90 languages, TranslateMedia provides services such as website localisation, multilingual SEO, interpreting, transcription, social media services and linguist staffing.

Michael De Piano is the Copywriter and Digital Marketing Executive for TranslateMedia, the global language service agency. After receiving his MA Degree in History, Michael has had spells working as a freelance writer before joining the TranslateMedia team.

Blog Entries by TranslateMedia

Hollywood and Localization

Posted 12 September 2011 | 17:17:55 (EST)

With the thorough localization of feature films, Hollywood movies have been able to build audiences abroad. Yet, the translation of creative text can be a challenge for professional linguists, especially when it comes to localizing dialogue that contains humour and slang.
For instance, with the global release Cars 2...

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20 Local Phrases for the European Explorer

Posted 25 August 2011 | 01:00:00 (EST)

The great British summer may be beginning to draw to a close, but that does not mean that the holiday season is over. While many of us will be stuck in our offices, university libraries, or collage classrooms, some lucky folk will be exploring the delights of some of Europe's...

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400 Years on: Can Controversial Bible Update Capture the Magic of the King James Bible?

Posted 2 August 2011 | 01:00:00 (EST)

2011 marks the 400th year anniversary of the publication of the first official English translation of the Bible. Known as the King James Bible, it has been described by many religious scholars and clergymen as a "national epic", and despite the popularity of a certain quidditch-playing wizard, it...

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