The State of Online Subtitling (El Oso)

In a recent post, “Indigenous Protests, Wikileaks and Online Subtitles” I focused on the social and historical importance of adding subtitles to online video, especially as it relates to those who promote human rights and inclusive rural development. Most of the post is centered around a single video of an indigenous woman delivering a powerful and emotional indictment of Peruvian president Alan Garcia after the burial of her husband who was killed by soldiers. Her words were originally broadcast on television without any subtitles, incomprehensible to the vast majority of Peruvians. Thanks to the intervention of a Peruvian journalist, the video was eventually made available with Spanish


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