Rouen, France, July 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Inttranews, the leading news service for the language industry, is now available in Spanish, making Inttranews the ideal source and outlet for news about interpretation, translation, and localization worldwide.
Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world with over 400 million speakers, and represents one of the fastest-developing and wealthiest translation markets. In a recent survey, 48% of their monthly readership of 50,000 linguists placed Spanish as the next language version for development of Inttranews.
Each version of Inttranews contains daily reports specific to that language, covering all the intercultural issues and events of interest or concern to interpreters, translators, and linguists in general. That is possible because Inttranews combines state-of-the-art search technology and screening by human editors of some 600 articles published each day on the web for relevant news items.
Underlining the quality of Inttranews reports, the wire service has been syndicated by the International Federation of Translators (FIT), the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS), and the Globalization And Localization Association (GALA), as well as by companies and interpreters' and translators' associations around the world.
By making Inttranews available in Spanish they are not only providing an extremely useful service, but also maintaining the position of Inttranews as the leading news service for the global language industry.
Inttranews™, the official news service of the Inttranet™, the global network of professional interpreters and translators, is read by some 50,000 linguists in more than 90 countries.
For business, calls for tender worth more than €350 million were reported on the site in 2006 alone.
The news site was included in the scope of ISO 9001:2000 certification in March 2007.