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45 new superintendents will start work tomorrow, July 1

NEW YORK — New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Chancellor of Schools David C. Banks announced Monday the selection of 45 new and former New York City public school district superintendents who represent a diverse cross-section of experience in public schools and a commitment to putting students and families at the heart of our city’s schools.
The 45 new superintendents are current or former New York City public school educators, and their past roles and experiences include principals, assistant superintendents, and current superintendents. Under the direction of Chancellor Banks, they will have extended authority.

In Bedford Stuyvesant, Robin Davson is the new community superintendent for District 13, and Brendan Mims, for District 16.

“The education leaders on my team will work every day to reinvent our public schools,” Schools Chancellor David C. Banks said. “For families and community partners, each of these leaders understands that they will be held accountable to partner with you to meet the needs of your community and improve the school experience of our students.”
Superintendents will begin work tomorrow, July 1, tasked with implementing Chancellor Banks’ “bold vision to transform and build confidence in New York City’s public schools.” As part of this vision, the role of superintendent will now be responsible for improving student outcomes and reimagining their learning experiences, leading the implementation of a high-quality curriculum, overseeing the district staff, support district-wide teacher education, and develop the next generation. headteachers.

Significantly, superintendents will be responsible for ensuring that each school is welcoming and responsive to all members of their community. For families, this means that the superintendent is responsible for ensuring that students are fully supported – for example, that communications go home in the families’ native language, that transportation issues are resolved, that Services for students with disabilities and multilingual learners are in place, counseling is available when needed, and student attendance is strong.

For community members, superintendents will cultivate relationships with parent groups, councils, elected officials, advocacy groups, unions, business and community organizations to ensure that the entire district supports its local schools.
Each superintendent will participate in a “Listening and Learning Tour” over the summer to connect with students, parents, school leaders, educators and local community members and to listen to their recommendations for improving schools.

Additionally, they will establish their school support teams and guide the creation of comprehensive district education plans. Their main objective is to ensure that each school is prepared and supported for a good start to the 2022-23 school year.

Mayor Adams said, “These superintendents are dedicated to the communities they serve: children, their parents, families and teachers. We still have a long way to go to transform our education system and deliver the best outcomes for our young New Yorkers who depend on us. »

According to the DOE press release, for the first time, the hiring process included community town halls where families heard from the finalists, were able to ask questions and provide feedback. Following the public town halls, the CECs and Councils of Presidents, together with a representative of the UFT, a representative of the CSA and a representative of the DC 37, engaged in the consultation process of the Chancellor’s Regulations C- 37. Vice Chancellor of Schools Leadership Desmond K. Blackburn led the hiring process for the superintendent and Chancellor Banks made final hiring decisions after incorporating feedback from parents, union partners and members of the community, and taken into account the needs of each district.

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Jonckers renews ISO 17100 and ISO 18587 certifications https://eartdocuments.com/jonckers-renews-iso-17100-and-iso-18587-certifications/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 09:14:00 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/jonckers-renews-iso-17100-and-iso-18587-certifications/ ISO certificate confirming that Jonckers has successfully passed the ISO 17100 audit Language solutions provider Jonckers has renewed its ISO certifications for translation services and machine translation post-editing after passing the audit. It’s wonderful to be ISO-certified and to give assurance to our global customers of Jonckers’ ability to deliver industry-standard translations at scale. — […]]]>

ISO certificate confirming that Jonckers has successfully passed the ISO 17100 audit

Language solutions provider Jonckers has renewed its ISO certifications for translation services and machine translation post-editing after passing the audit.

It’s wonderful to be ISO-certified and to give assurance to our global customers of Jonckers’ ability to deliver industry-standard translations at scale.

— Igor Kupecek, Vice President of Business Control at Jonckers

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, June 28, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jonckera global leader in language platform technology and multilingual solutions, has renewed its ISO 17100 and ISO 18587 certifications for an additional two years after successfully passing the surveillance audit.

For several weeks, the Jonckers ISO team worked rigorously on the preparation of the audit which was carried out by the ISO agency, Austrian Standards Plus GmbH. Jonckers’ internal team needed to understand and adhere to ISO terminology and then present their processes, configuration and documentation to the auditor. The audit results showed that Jonckers had no deviations, nor any suggestions for improvement – similar to the results of previous audits.

Vice President of Business Control, Igor Kupecek, says: “We are delighted to have successfully completed the audit for the renewal of our ISO certificates. The team worked tirelessly both in the preparation for the audit and in the audit itself, so I am particularly pleased that our results show that we had no deviations or suggestions for improvement. It’s wonderful to be ISO-certified and to give assurance to our global customers of Jonckers’ ability to deliver industry-standard translations at scale.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent, global organization that develops and publishes international standards for business processes. ISO 17100 is the international certification for translation services and ISO 18587 is the certification for post-editing of machine translation results.

Holding ISO 17100 certification indicates that Jonckers’ processes and resources are of a standard for delivering quality translation services, while ISO 18587 certification ensures that machine translation post-editing (MTPE) production ) from Jonckers meets international standards.

Jonckers’ MTPE work is carried out through its proprietary translation platform, WordsOnline. WordsOnline provides an end-to-end solution for Jonckers’ international clients, combining technology and human contact to deliver fast, high quality translations at low cost.

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Language Matters: Bridging the Monolingual Divide in Mainstream Broadcasting https://eartdocuments.com/language-matters-bridging-the-monolingual-divide-in-mainstream-broadcasting/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/language-matters-bridging-the-monolingual-divide-in-mainstream-broadcasting/ 123rf.com Corinne Seals: ”The regular visible and audible presence of the te reo has been an important factor that has contributed to the normalization of the use of the te reo.” Corinne Seals is a senior lecturer in applied linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington-Te Herenga Waka. OPINION: With the recent rise of te reo […]]]>
Corinne Seals: ''The regular visible and audible presence of the te reo has been an important factor that has contributed to the normalization of the use of the te reo.''

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Corinne Seals: ”The regular visible and audible presence of the te reo has been an important factor that has contributed to the normalization of the use of the te reo.”

Corinne Seals is a senior lecturer in applied linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington-Te Herenga Waka.

OPINION: With the recent rise of te reo Māori in English-dominated mainstream broadcasting, there has also been an not unexpected reaction from people uncomfortable with it.

Often this answer comes from monolingual speakers of the language majority (e.g. English-only speakers in New Zealand) and involves wanting only one language to be present at a time (i.e. , only English in mainstream broadcasts).

This answer is based on a problematic assumption – that there is too much “interference” from another language (in this case, te reo Māori), which they claim makes communication difficult.

However, this perspective claims monolingual privilege, ignoring what the experience is like for bilinguals and multilinguals who encounter multiple languages ​​in mainstream programming.

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Notably, almost a fifth of New Zealand’s population can speak more than one language, according to the 2013 census. While some monolingual English speakers may feel discouraged by the increased presence of additional languages ​​(in this case, Te Reo Maori) in mainstream broadcast, linguistic inclusivity in mainstream spaces is important and normal for bilingual speakers and multilingual in New Zealand.

As explained by Maori Language Commissioner Professor Rawinia HigginsMāori te reo speakers and learners have worked hard for the right to have te reo present in public spaces in Aotearoa NZ.

The visible and audible regular presence of Te Reo has been an important factor contributing to normalizing the use of Te Reo and eliminating the stigma associated with the language, thus supporting the linguistic identity of Te Reo speakers and those for whom it te reo is a family heritage language.

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Let’s also see how easy or difficult it is to understand the growing presence of te reo Māori in mainstream New Zealand broadcasting. As illustrated by Dr Awanui Te Huia in his recent replyfluid movement between languages ​​is a completely normal approach to communication for bilingual and multilingual speakers.

Indeed, it is not the norm among bilingual and multilingual speakers or within bilingual and multilingual societies to keep languages ​​completely separate from one another. Instead, the norm is to seamlessly tap into all the languages ​​we have access to in order to communicate meaning – a process called “translanguaging”.

As people of all linguistic backgrounds use and are exposed to cross-language more often in communication, their ability to make sense of a variety of linguistic and cultural contexts increases. Translinguage can occur within sentences, between sentences, and even between speakers.

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Corinne Seals: “It is not the norm among bilingual and multilingual speakers or in bilingual and multilingual societies to completely separate languages ​​from one another.”

It is important to note that the growing body of research on translanguaging has shown that people do not need to know a language well to always understand the general meaning when translanguaging is used.

This is partly because, like all real communication between people, cross-linguing happens in a given context. Speakers and listeners rely on context to make sense of what is being said, whether in one language or multiple languages.

For example, if someone asks, “Did he do it?” the listener will use the context of the conversation as well as the context of recent events to interpret who “he” refers to and what “it” might be.

Similarly, when a teacher Research from Translanguaging Aotearoa says, “It’s time for Sami to speak so me wahangū tātou,” even outside listeners will use the context of the classroom and teach children to understand that “me wahangū tātou” means they should shut up and listen.

Including more te reo in the regular broadcast is not a barrier to communication, nor is using multiple languages ​​in one space. On the contrary, there are many others advantages that not that the regular inclusion of te reo and translanguaging brings.

Language questions is a bi-monthly column on everything related to language. Readers are invited to send questions to the authors at opinion@stuff.co.nz. Not all questions will find an answer.

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P2E.Game, the one-stop GameFi and NFT information aggregation platform launched the NFT aggregator section https://eartdocuments.com/p2e-game-the-one-stop-gamefi-and-nft-information-aggregation-platform-launched-the-nft-aggregator-section/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 23:40:45 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/p2e-game-the-one-stop-gamefi-and-nft-information-aggregation-platform-launched-the-nft-aggregator-section/ P2E game, the unique GameFi and NFT information aggregation platform, recently adapted the multilingual official website and optimized the NFT aggregation section. As a website for players to participate in the mint and data analysis of NFT, the platform integrates a search engine that collects information about past, new announcements and launch time, Upcoming NFT […]]]>

P2E game, the unique GameFi and NFT information aggregation platform, recently adapted the multilingual official website and optimized the NFT aggregation section. As a website for players to participate in the mint and data analysis of NFT, the platform integrates a search engine that collects information about past, new announcements and launch time, Upcoming NFT launch prices and rankings that provide a comprehensive comparison of trading volume and market. cap based on different dimensions.

The NFT aggregator of P2E game collects NFT trading information from different channels and aggregates it into one platform, so players can see all types of NFT or specified NFT data on one page and find the best trading sites for NFT projects, including including Opensea, MagicEden, LooksRare, X2Y2, etc. By integrating all pending NFT orders, users no longer need to switch between multiple platforms to compare prices.

In the NFT aggregator section, users can find popular collections, new listings and upcoming events. By clicking on this information, users can easily head to the platforms to create NFTs. Additionally, rankings by trade volume and other criteria as well as whale movements could also be found.

Since the launch of P2E game, it has been gradually updated and improved to meet most gamers’ demands, including Launchpad, Game Library, NFT Aggregator and News. On P2E.Game, users can implement a terminal to rate and compare different Launchpads on different dimensions such as platform token price, market cap, TVL, number of IoT projects, ROI, etc. which saves a lot of time and manages all lists from one data dashboard.

P2E game also enter into a partnership with the major GameFi and NFT consumer projects. The platform will provide traffic entry and promotion channels, while the GameFi and NFT projects will provide corresponding IGO/IDO benefits to P2E.Game users, and optimize the platform ecologically.

Now, P2E.Game has also introduced a comments section, which gives players a voice window and gives them back the right to governance. Players drive the platform’s ecology, and the platform acts as a watchdog.

As a gamer-initiated platform, P2E.Game follows the wave of GameFi. By analyzing and understanding the needs of gamers and investors, it provides the most comprehensive IoT/IGO knowledge, builds an integrated GameFi and NFT information aggregator, and presents the game strategies that users find most useful. P2E.GAME presents a panoramic view of launch pads such as platform token prices, market cap, TVL, trading volume, number of IoT projects, and ROI. This information could help players efficiently find the launch pad and the most promising projects launched and launch from there.

Along with the arrival of larger communities, P2E.Game will also fully launch its global expansion plan to provide integrated GameFi and NFT services to more gamers and blockchain investors.

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Boston city and school officials push back on state’s ‘unrealistic timelines’ for reforms https://eartdocuments.com/boston-city-and-school-officials-push-back-on-states-unrealistic-timelines-for-reforms/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 00:00:04 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/boston-city-and-school-officials-push-back-on-states-unrealistic-timelines-for-reforms/ As the school year draws to a close, negotiations over state-supervised reform in Boston’s public schools have soured. In a letter dated June 21, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and senior school officials say they share the “urgency” of state education officials to address various pressing concerns about protocols. safety, facilities and district educational services. But […]]]>

As the school year draws to a close, negotiations over state-supervised reform in Boston’s public schools have soured.

In a letter dated June 21, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and senior school officials say they share the “urgency” of state education officials to address various pressing concerns about protocols. safety, facilities and district educational services.

But they raise their own concerns: namely, that the state’s preferred approach – rapid change, implemented with limited support and strict oversight – could backfire.

The letter is the latest salvo in a flurry of proposals and counter-proposals between the city and the Department of Elementary-Secondary Education, prompted by May’s highly critical DESE report on Boston’s public schools.

When it comes to improving the accuracy of the district’s data, for example, Wu notes that the city and the school system have agreed to hire an independent data auditor approved by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. from Massachusetts.

“We believe this meets and exceeds DESE’s stated goal of third-party access and stakeholder trust without imposing a version of top-down control that would constitute a form of escrow,” the letter said.

The state blamed Boston for inaccurate or misleading data on its school bus speeds and graduation rates.

Wu, outgoing superintendent Brenda Cassellius, and school board chair Jeri Robinson shared these and other concerns with Jeff Riley, the state’s commissioner of elementary and secondary education, in a brief text. of two pages. letter sent Tuesday.

Beyond Data Review, City leaders have identified other potential risks in Riley’s proposals: what they call “unrealistic timelines” for sweeping changes and the proposed structure of the oversight agreement.

Their letter notes that, in Riley’s words, the largest district in the state – which serves more than 46,000 students in 113 schools – would only have seven weeks to institute major changes, such as: identifying and hiring a specialist team to reform special education services and write a handbook on special education at the district level; develop “a system to ensure that all English learners…receive all appropriate instruction” in age-appropriate content; and finalize its multilingual learning strategic plan.

Wu, Cassellius and Robinson argue that such “accelerated timelines” would force the district “to execute rushed and flawed processes that would also limit opportunities for community and family engagement.” Typically, the city has proposed timelines that are weeks or months later.

Boston Public Schools is just days away from selecting Cassellius’ successor as superintendent, with public interviews of the two finalists taking place Thursday and Friday.

Letter charges for ‘limited commitments’ from state

The letter from city officials says Riley’s latest proposal places the onus for change on Boston officials and offers only “limited commitments” in the form of state support.

DESE officials did not respond to request for comment on Wednesday.

Riley’s latest proposal from earlier this month promised some support, including $10 million in targeted funding to be spent over three years, as well as requested training.

As the two sides work toward a deal, their differing approaches — which emerged earlier this month — hardened into what Riley called “sticking points” during a June 17 meeting. letter in Wu, obtained via a public records request.

With the city tasked with renovating the district’s long unreliable transportation system, aging facilities and basic services for thousands of its most vulnerable students, Wu’s office has repeatedly sought to craft an agreement that establishes a partnership between city and state officials.

The idea of ​​a partnership has defenders outside the town hall. Paul Reville – former state education secretary and former chair of its education board – called for “a strong state partnership” in a Boston Globe Editorial in mid-May, saying “there is no magic bullet” to BPS problems and that Wu’s team has “momentum”.

The District’s ongoing negotiations with Riley are now themselves on a tight deadline.

At the May DESE meeting, Riley said he hoped to have “assurance from the mayor” that some of the basic functions of the district could be fixed before a new superintendent is appointed. The district plans to name its new leader in less than a week, on June 29.

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Cover Genius launches XCover Go for small merchants – Insurtech – Insurance News https://eartdocuments.com/cover-genius-launches-xcover-go-for-small-merchants-insurtech-insurance-news/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 04:34:07 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/cover-genius-launches-xcover-go-for-small-merchants-insurtech-insurance-news/ Cover Genius launches XCover Go for small retailers June 20, 2022 Insurtech Cover Genius, founded in Sydney in 2014, has launched a new XCover Go app for small and medium businesses. The app offers price-optimized shipping protection and warranty, with retailers earning sales commissions and marketing fees. CEO and co-founder Angus McDonald said expanding into […]]]>

Cover Genius launches XCover Go for small retailers

June 20, 2022

Insurtech Cover Genius, founded in Sydney in 2014, has launched a new XCover Go app for small and medium businesses.

The app offers price-optimized shipping protection and warranty, with retailers earning sales commissions and marketing fees.

CEO and co-founder Angus McDonald said expanding into the $10 trillion revenue middle market was “a natural next step” after success with XCover, a global distribution platform available on Amazon, eBay, Wayfair, Descartes ShipRush and others.

“XCover Go offers merchants a simple tool that allows them to protect their customers, beyond the traditional manufacturer’s warranty, and to provide a better experience with tailored policies, instant claim payments and 24h multilingual support. 24/7,” McDonald said.

“We’re proud to offer small and medium-sized merchants the ability to increase their average order value and customer lifetime value with the same comprehensive protection offered by large enterprises.”

XCover Go is now available on Shopify and BigCommerce e-commerce platforms. Salesforce Commerce Cloud, Magento and more will be added soon.

Cover Genius research shows that 60% of consumers would buy insurance from their e-tailer if it was integrated into the online experience, but most shoppers were not offered cover during their last online purchase. line.

Founded by Mr. McDonald and Chris Bayley, an early employee of Google’s Sydney office where he led the insurance team, Cover Genius is now licensed in over 60 countries and all US states, and was recently rated by Bloomberg to $1 billion after tripling its gross revenue. written bonus.

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Road to the Commonwealth Games: Multilingual Anona Pak puts her skills to good use https://eartdocuments.com/road-to-the-commonwealth-games-multilingual-anona-pak-puts-her-skills-to-good-use/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 03:00:00 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/road-to-the-commonwealth-games-multilingual-anona-pak-puts-her-skills-to-good-use/ Speaking five languages ​​is a handy skill to have for first-time Commonwealth Games badminton player Anona Pak, especially when opposition coaches are yelling instructions on how to beat her with partner Oliver Leydon-Davis. “Coach didn’t realize I could understand what they were saying, and I could tell Ollie what their plan was. It helped us […]]]>

Speaking five languages ​​is a handy skill to have for first-time Commonwealth Games badminton player Anona Pak, especially when opposition coaches are yelling instructions on how to beat her with partner Oliver Leydon-Davis.

“Coach didn’t realize I could understand what they were saying, and I could tell Ollie what their plan was. It helped us adapt faster on the court,” she said .

“They found out in the end that I could understand them and realized they shouldn’t talk too loudly on the court next time!”

The 28-year-old Hong Konger moved to Auckland as a child. Cantonese was his first language, English his second. Then came Mandarin, Japanese and Korean. The motivation to learn the latter two came from television and film.

Anona Pak in action with her mixed doubles partner Oliver Leydon-Davis.

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Anona Pak in action with her mixed doubles partner Oliver Leydon-Davis.

It helped her translate for her teammates and expand her friendship circle in Auckland and abroad.

“With badminton, I met a lot of Korean, Chinese and Japanese players. It’s great fun to be able to communicate with them,” she said.

Then there is the possibility of ordering delicious dishes for his teammates abroad. Food is very important to her.

“Food, language and friendship go hand in hand,” she said.

Pak first played badminton at the age of eight, alongside his mother and through school vacation programs. At 12, she was “spotted” by a trainer and quickly rose through the age group ranks.

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Afterwards, she moved to Palmerston North to complete her science studies, while trying to juggle her badminton commitments in Auckland. Massey University had a program for athletes, which allowed it to combine sports and studies.

“It was a mission…I had to do a lot of planning, but it became a habit,” she said.

“Sometimes too much badminton isn’t good for you. Palmerston North gave me a way to enjoy life without badminton.

She is now back in Auckland, living with her mother and her two dogs – Captain and Rambo, Lhasa apso cross Lowchens – whom she likes to take to the beach or the occasional badminton practice session. Her boyfriend Simon lives in Wellington, but is incredibly patient, supportive and understanding as she pursues her dream of being an elite athlete.

When she’s not a globe-trotting badminton player, she’s a laboratory scientist, working for the University of Auckland’s BioBank and in local hospitals’ blood cancer genetics labs.

Commonwealth Games badminton player Anona Pak with dogs Rambo and Captain.

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Commonwealth Games badminton player Anona Pak with dogs Rambo and Captain.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, she offered her services to laboratories processing Covid tests. It was the least she could do for her country during a difficult time.

“It wasn’t just me! It was a team of us who made this possible,” she said.

Last year, she missed Olympic selection by just three spots. This motivated her to push for the Commonwealth Games in mixed doubles.

“When I first heard the news I thought ‘yeah, that’s cool’ and now it’s going up every day as it gets closer,” she said.

Mixed doubles is “less solitary” and having partnered Leydon-Davis since 2019, they now have a secret language. It’s real teamwork.

“Even without talking, we understand each other through the movement and the shots we play on the court,” she said.

The duo flew in early July for tournaments in Singapore and Malaysia, then to Glasgow to train with the Scottish team, before heading to Birmingham. They begin their Commonwealth Games campaign on August 3.

She is very nervous about the anxiety that comes with being on the world stage. Then there is the negative self-talk that can impact every athlete. With advice from sports psychologists, she was able to change her mindset, which helped her perform on the court.

“It’s a good thing to be nervous, and don’t let it get the better of me.” It shows that I really care about games,” she said.

“If I catch myself getting frustrated or bored, I tell myself to breathe and count to 10. After that, the mind calms down and you see things more clearly.”

Her favorite thing about the sport is strategy and the need to adapt to changes in pace and pace. But she also likes to show others that success, while having fun, is possible.

“It’s a driving motivation for me in badminton. I see a lot of young kids, especially girls, and I want to be a role model and show them that if I can do it, you can do it too,” she said.

“I just want to encourage young athletes to take advantage of what’s happening right now and have mini goals that you can achieve, and not compare yourself to others. That’s what motivates me. »

She has big and small goals that she wants to achieve at the games. But above all, it’s about soaking up the atmosphere and having fun.

“I just want to have fun on the court and give it my all…and I hope to play the best I can in games,” she said.

“I can’t put a result to it…success for us means we put everything we’ve learned and done into games and whatever happens, happens.”

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Media Professionals and Civil Society Leaders Work for Media Sustainability at First-Ever Media Summit of the Americas https://eartdocuments.com/media-professionals-and-civil-society-leaders-work-for-media-sustainability-at-first-ever-media-summit-of-the-americas/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 18:09:48 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/media-professionals-and-civil-society-leaders-work-for-media-sustainability-at-first-ever-media-summit-of-the-americas/ Journalists and civil society leaders from across the Americas gathered at the ASU California Center in the historic Los Angeles Herald Examiner building on June 7 to participate in the first-ever Media Summit of the Americas, a multilingual conference designed to respond to a growing information crisis in the hemisphere. The event, which was part […]]]>

Journalists and civil society leaders from across the Americas gathered at the ASU California Center in the historic Los Angeles Herald Examiner building on June 7 to participate in the first-ever Media Summit of the Americas, a multilingual conference designed to respond to a growing information crisis in the hemisphere.

The event, which was part of the larger Ninth Summit of the Americas, was organized by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University; the US State Department; and Equis Institutea hub for Latin American community leaders working to increase civic participation in American democracy.

From the growing threat of misinformation, censorship and mistrust to the importance of protecting press freedom and promoting media literacy, media professionals and speakers from Latin America and the United States United, including US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinkenspoke at the Media Summit to share their own experiences in addressing these issues.

Throughout the half-day event, attendees heard from Colombian, Salvadoran, and Venezuelan journalists who shared stories from the field; learned about social media transparency with Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen; and participated in four highly interactive workshops focusing on high-stakes reporting, fact-checking, platform accountability and media literacy.

Andrés Martínez, professor of practice at the Cronkite School and columnist for Mexico City’s Reforma newspaper, attended the platform’s accountability workshop, which highlighted the factors that make misinformation problematic in communities predominantly Latino and Spanish in the United States, including information voids and the changing nature of Latino media consumption.

Martínez, who has called disinformation a “cancer” that affects everyone, believes that to identify solutions and disrupt the information crisis, media professionals and civil society leaders must join forces.

Collaborative efforts, like the Media Summit event, are a step in the right direction, Martínez said.

“Often we don’t connect and collaborate enough across borders. The Cronkite School wants to create dialogue in the hemisphere so that we can work together to spread disinformation and strengthen journalism.

And strengthening journalism is exactly what Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Luis Almagro envisions.

Almagro, who spoke about the role and responsibility of governments in supporting media integrity at the Media Summit, took the floor to announce the launch of the Center for Media Integrity of the Americas, a new center funded by voluntary donations to promote and support the practice of independent and unaffiliated journalism and social media production in the Americas.

“It is essential for the sustainability of any democracy that citizens have relevant and factual information to make the best possible decisions. This right is being openly challenged by malicious stakeholders who misuse the multiple communication technologies available to us these days to spread disinformation and misinformation that promote their agendas at all costs,” Almagro said.

“Today, we are launching this Center for Media Integrity of the Americas to support the right to information of these citizens and invite all potential partners across the Americas to join us in this endeavor.”

And that wasn’t the only announcement attendees heard at the Media Summit.

During his remarks, Secretary Blinken announced the launch of a new chapter of the Disinformation Communications Network (DCN), which will benefit journalists in the Americas by expanding their resources and connections.

“DCN’s strength lies in the diversity and flatness of the network that has been created. It doesn’t try to prescribe a one-size-fits-all solution, but what it does do is make it easier for attendees to learn from others’ answers – whether through webinars or trainings, online learning centers or research exchanges, even games and apps,” Blinken said. .

“The new Americas chapter will complement the DCN hubs in Africa and Europe, further expanding our network of partners and the insights they bring,” he said.

Blinken also participated in a 45 minute conversation on the future of journalism led by Cronkite student reporters Andrea Villalobos and Madison Thomas and Cronkite alumnus Marcella Baietto.

“It’s going to take a long time and you have to start with education. It has to start with media literacy,” Baietto said of media sustainability.

“Having the proper literacy to try to separate information from misinformation, right from wrong, is something that has to start very, very early,” Blinken said.

And although Blinken thinks being a journalist is a challenge, he found it extremely important.

“It’s incredibly difficult, but it’s incredibly, incredibly powerful and incredibly necessary. And I think having this willingness to try to learn something, to understand it, to know it, and then to be able to communicate it to your fellow citizens is a wonderful thing, so it’s great to see you all participating.

Blinken’s discussion with early career journalists and all the other conversations and workshops that took place during the Media Summit epitomize the #CronkiteGlobal mission to connect media professionals across the globe.

You can see photos from the event here.

About Cronkite School
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is widely recognized as one of the nation’s top professional journalism programs and has received international acclaim for its innovative use of the “university hospital” model. Rooted in the centuries-old values ​​that characterize its namesake – precision, accountability, objectivity, integrity – the school fosters journalistic excellence and ethics both in the classroom and in its 13 professional programs that fully immerse students in the practice of journalism. journalism and related fields. Arizona PBS, one of the nation’s largest public television stations, is part of Cronkite, making it the largest journalism school-run outlet in the world. Learn more at cronkite.asu.edu.

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Dubbing and Voiceover Market Size and Forecast – Capital Captions, EC Innovations, Bunny Studio, JBI Studios, SDI Media, Multilingual Connections, Marc Graue Recording Studios, Carasmatic Productions, Encore Voices, Voxx Studios, Baltic Media – Indian Defense News https://eartdocuments.com/dubbing-and-voiceover-market-size-and-forecast-capital-captions-ec-innovations-bunny-studio-jbi-studios-sdi-media-multilingual-connections-marc-graue-recording-studios-carasmatic-prod/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 02:41:11 +0000 https://eartdocuments.com/dubbing-and-voiceover-market-size-and-forecast-capital-captions-ec-innovations-bunny-studio-jbi-studios-sdi-media-multilingual-connections-marc-graue-recording-studios-carasmatic-prod/ New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Dubbing and Voiceover covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). Global Dubbing and Voice Over explores an in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and global growth of key players. The […]]]>

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Dubbing and Voiceover covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). Global Dubbing and Voice Over explores an in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and global growth of key players. The research is carried out on primary and secondary statistical sources and consists of qualitative and quantitative details.

Some of the Major Key Players profiled in the study are Capital Captions, EC Innovations, Bunny Studio, JBI Studios, SDI Media, Multilingual Connections, Marc Graue Recording Studios, Carasmatic Productions, Encore Voices, Voxx Studios, Baltic Media

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Various factors are responsible for the growth trajectory of the market, which are studied extensively in the report. Additionally, the report lists down the restraints that threaten the global dubbing and voice over market. This report is a consolidation of primary and secondary research, which provides market size, share, dynamics and forecasts for various segments and sub-segments considering macro and micro environmental factors. It also assesses the bargaining power of suppliers and buyers, the threat of new entrants and product substitutes, and the degree of competition prevailing in the market.

Global Dubbing and Voiceover Market Segmentation:

Dubbing and Voiceover Segmentation by Type:

Dubbing, Voice-over, Casting, Voice Samples, Others.

Dubbing and Voice Over Segmentation by Application:

Cinema, television, advertising, audio books, other

Key aspects of the market are illuminated in the report:

Summary: It covers a summary of the most vital studies, the rate of increase of the global Dubbing and Voice Over market, modest circumstances, market trends, drivers and issues along with macro pointers.

Analysis of the study: Covers major companies, vital market segments, the scope of products offered in the global Dubbing and Voiceover Market, years measured, and study points.

Company profile: Each well-defined company in this segment is selected based on products, value, SWOT analysis, capacity and other important characteristics.

Manufacturing by region: This global Dubbing and Voiceover report offers data on import and export, sales, production and key companies in all regional markets studied.

Market Segmentation: By Geographical Analysis

The Middle East and Africa (GCC countries and Egypt)
North America (United States, Mexico and Canada)
South America (Brazil, etc)
Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)
Asia Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Australia)

The cost analysis of the Global Dubbing and Voiceover Market has been performed while considering manufacturing expense, cost of labor, and raw materials along with their market concentration rate, suppliers and the price trend. Other factors such as supply chain, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategy have been assessed to provide a comprehensive and in-depth view of the market. Buyers of the report will also be exposed to market positioning study with factors like target customer, brand strategy and pricing strategy taken into consideration.

Key questions answered by the report include:

  • Who are the key market players in the Dubbing and Voice Over market?
  • What are the major regions for dissimilar professions expected to witness amazing growth in dubbing and voiceover market?
  • What are the regional growth trends and major revenue-generating regions for the Dubbing and Voiceover market?
  • What will be the market size and growth rate by the end of the forecast period?
  • What are the key Dubbing and Voice Over market trends impacting market growth?
  • What are the main types of dubbing and voiceover products?
  • What are the main applications of dubbing and voiceover?
  • Which dubbing and voice over services technologies will dominate the market in the next 7 years?

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Contents

Global Dubbing and Voiceover Market Research Report 2022-2029

Chapter 1 Dubbing and Voice Over Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 – Global Dubbing and Voiceover Market Forecast

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