RIDING THE WAVE
We are delighted to announce that the next Languages & the Media, the 13th International Conference on Audiovisual Language Transfer in the Media, will take place in Berlin from June 8 – 10, 2020.
Languages & the Media 2020 will be held under the title RIDING THE WAVE and will take place once again in the wonderfully located Radisson Blu Hotel with bigger and brighter session rooms and exhibiting spaces, and in a much friendlier season than in past years.
The Call for Proposals will launch later in June and we invite you to stay tuned to our website and our social media pages for further details on how to become involved in shaping the conference agenda by proposing a topic, panel or a pre-conference workshop. For a full list of conference themes and subthemes click here. We already look forward to your inspiring ideas!
Join us in Berlin from 8th to 10th of June 2020 and connect with the key people shaping the future of multimedia localisation and accessibility. Network with decision and policy makers, experts and researchers, LSPs and technology providers, professionals and practitioners from all over the world.
As a participant you will have access to a broad variety of different formats such as plenary sessions, panel discussions, pre-conference workshops and poster presentations on specific topics and informal networking opportunities in which key stakeholders share their experiences, ideas, new information and perspectives.
The exhibition that accompanies the conference will update you on the cutting-edge solutions of leading audiovisual language technology providers and introduce you to the latest software solutions of start-ups in the field. It will help you to find partners and ideas for successfully riding the wave!
We look forward to seeing you in Berlin in 2020!
“One of the few conferences that are worth travelling around half of the world to attend."
Jing Han, SBS TV, Australia
“The conference was really great with so many fruitful discussions and interesting panels."
Ismini Karantzi, Ionian University, Greece
“Languages & the Media should be firmly embedded in everyone's 'localization event' calendar."
Mazin Al-Jumaili, Zoo Digital, UK
“Good mix of people presenting an interesting programme."
Soledad Zárate, Imperial College London
“All the subjects discussed and the sessions were really relevant to my work on access on television for those with sensory disabilities.”
Isabel Charleton, Radio Telﬁs Éireann
"The programme was very interesting and inspiring."
Dimitri Molerov, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
“We have very much enjoyed being part of the conference [...]. Thank you again for allowing us to be involved!”
Tony Bennetts & Zoe Boyd, Australian Communication Exchange
"Always a pleasure"
Robert Paquin, University of Montreal