Translation Services are featured on "In America" with James Earl Jones

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New segment details the need for translation services in industry...

An upcoming episode of “In America” featuring host James Earl Jones will be focused on translation services and how they have changed and grown in the US since translation services first emerged with the appearance of written literature.

It was in the mid-18th century when the Industrial Revolution prompted the demand of business documentation and translation services, which is when this profession became formalized with professional associations and dedicated schools. However, it wasn’t until the 1940s that engineer’s began to make strides to automate the translation process. From there, viewers will explore how this profession has grown and how they impact those around the nation today.

This informative and exciting episode is going to provide insight into this topic and reveal inside information most consumers are not aware of, including how it impacts all aspects of business and international conversations.

“In America” is considered an independently produced production. It is distributed to the Public Television Stations across the nation. It is not in any way affiliated with or produced by PBS or APT.

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