Tower of Babel - v2.0 - How to Reach Global Audiences With Multi-lingual Video, Hosted by dotSUB

hosted by DotSub

Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Start: Friday, 11 Feb 2011 12:00

End: Friday, 11 Feb 2011 14:00

  • Tower of Babel - v2.0 - How to Reach Global Audiences With Multi-lingual Video, Hosted by dotSUB

    Event Description:

    This panel will address some of the newest options for video captioning / translation services and issues of communications quality vs. speed vs. cost. What quality is "good enough" for social networks, education, corps., activists, politics, diplomacy? The qualities & risks of computerized "machined" audio to text captions & translations will be examined, as will crowd-sourced caption/translation models; who is the "crowd" - general public, fans, employees, paid professionals - and how can translations enhance audience engagement? Distribution of multi-lingual video across all platforms increasingly mobile is a critical factor in reaching bigger audiences as is measuring ROI/SROI to make it worthwhile.

     

    Speakers:

    • Michael Smolens, Founder / Chair / CEO, dotSUB
       
    • G. Gooder, VP, Strategic Accounts, Brightcove
       
    • Klaus Steeg, Managing Director, OSHO International
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    25 West 52nd Street Goodson NY 10013 New York United States of America
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