Edited By Rachele Antonini and Chiara Bucaria
Rachele Antonini - Non-professional media interpreting of radio interviews
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Non-professional media interpreting of radio interviews
The world we live in has become a smaller place. Thanks to the fast-paced and all-encompassing spread of new digital media and technologies, time and space barriers have been obliterated and we now have 24/7 access to a huge variety of audiovisual programmes broadcasted on a wide choice of media (e.g. computer, mobile devices, radio, television, the Internet). As a consequence, we have become accustomed to receiving “a plethora of information and images directly into our homes from every corner of the world and at any time of the day” (Antonini 2010: 53) and in a variety of languages. Radio and television have played a fundamental role in triggering and channelling this epochal change by offering an ever growing number of programmes and thus generating a sizeable demand for the translation and localization of these products for target audiences.
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