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But now that she’s here and loudly knocking at the door, the question arises about where the content is for her to consume.
And this is where LSPs need to step in and change the conversation from “content creation” to “translation.” It won’t be a breeze, but it promises to be a localization gold rush if ever there was one.
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This is an important piece of data because: It’s noteworthy that this report only considers eight Indian languages for its purposes: Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, and Malayalam.
The speakers of these languages made up the sample of 7,060 (4,612 urban and 2,448 rural respondents) Indian language internet users.
However, as we observed in this post, without collaboration with Language Service Providers (LSPs) or even awareness about their capabilities and functions, it seems there will be much reinventing of the wheel.
This report also notes many obstacles to making a local language-enabled internet a reality in India.
While it is a difficult language to master for English language speakers, it is possible to learn some basic phrases and words that can help you communicate your basic needs in Kannada.
The report also nicely slices and dices the data to present some interesting information on individual Indian languages. The report, , puts the number of local language speakers who were active on the internet at the end of 2016 at 234 million.
234 million users who speak, read, and understand Indian languages, and who are inarguably most comfortable in their own languages. 234 million is nearly 70% of India’s online population, which stands at 341 million.
, a big Hollywood venture that was translated into three Indian languages, was released in India a week before the US release and went on to become the biggest Hollywood grosser of all time in India.
While the growth category has moderate adoption levels and includes social media platforms and digital news, emerging content has yet to see any significant interaction.
The report categorizes content by adoption levels into three groups: mature, growth, and emerging.