VoxAppeal channel on YouTube

Just to add a little clarity to your misty vision of a specialisation that draws from several distinct activity sectors, just take a peek at some of the samples now up on the VoxAppeal channel on YouTube.

Included are brief HD 1080p and 720p renditions of some of our customized subtitling options, excerpts from TV reports & interviews with some of our staff & management, and some samples of older stuff (just to show how far the industry has come in just 3-4 years).

There are billions (nearly) of our projects that have NOT been uploaded so as to protect our clients’ media, intellectual property & copyrights. But a short list of just some recent projects include media translation and localisation for the likes of Microsoft, PagesJaunes Group, Streamwide, Société Générale, Bouygues Construction, Brainsonic, Fleishman-Hillard, BIVB wines, Pierre et Vacances, Sofrel, Teoxane and more, but this first glance into the global world of media internationalisation may give you a little more than an inkling of what we’re about.

More to come of course, so you’re more than welcome to tag along!

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