Localizing for Streaming Media: The Importance of Established Guidelines in Different Countries

by Ros├írio Valadas Vieira In the 1960s, Portugal had only one TV channel, in black and white. Daily broadcasting was introduced on March 7, 1957, in the midst of the dictatorship. Back then, going to the movies or watching TV was the source of entertainment for adults and children alike. All foreign and national audiovisual … Continue reading Localizing for Streaming Media: The Importance of Established Guidelines in Different Countries