Media & publishing

As media and publishing brands look to expand into foreign markets, our publishing and media translation services can help you gain a competitive edge within these new markets and deliver an outstanding customer experience.

Our publishing and media translation services help you to communicate effectively with your audience and deliver engaging content. Using our media and PR translations service we will only ever select linguists that have the expertise to understand complex or industry-specific terminology as well as localising content so that it is culturally relevant.

Moreover, the linguists we select for our publishing and media translation services all have proven experience within your industry or subject topic who live in the target language country.

As it becomes easier to reach a more international audience, your market place and client base is now multilingual and multicultural. For clients within media and publishing we offer translation of press releases, books, scripts, websites, brochures and marketing material.

Voice over and subtitling services, transcription and proofreading is all possible via our publishing and media translation services too. When translating content such as a news item or last-minute press release with deadlines, our 11,000 strong fully qualified linguists have the knowledge and experience to deliver outstanding quality even on those rush jobs.

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