Slator estimates that the video localization market will be valued around $4.97 billion by the end of 2021. Video localization technologies such as captioning and transcription are being used more than ever before, contributing to this growing video localization market across the globe.
To educate business leaders seeking insights on video localization services and technologies Verbit Founder and CEO Tom Livne will participate in this year’s SlatorCon Remote conference as a key speaker.
While last year’s pandemic presented many challenges for video localization providers, according to Slator, the effects have fueled positive outcomes for the video industry overall. Business leaders can attend the conference in early September to learn more about this growing market for video localization and connect with video accessibility experts from Verbit and other innovative companies during the networking and exhibition sessions.
Livne’s Video Localization Panel
Livne will be speaking on SlatorCon’s video localization panel from 12 – 12:30 p.m. EST. Livne is excited to participate in this event with other leaders in the video localization industry, working with them to help unpack industry knowledge about video localization within the frame of Verbit’s video accessibility expertise. The session will explore these topics:
- Overview the full spectrum of video localization services including dubbing, remote simultaneous interpreting (RSI), subtitling and live captioning
- Review opportunities and challenges that video localization providers face in different industry verticals
- Give an overview of emerging technology in video localization, such as speech recognition and artificial intelligence
The Impact of Video Localization
Conferences like SlatorCon Remote can help provide businesses with opportunities to partner with important language industry providers in the market, and Verbit is one of the many providers that are committed to providing effective language solutions to them. For more information about Verbit’s impact on the language industry, learn about Verbit’s vision and commitment to video accessibility.