Offered new subtitling rates
Thread poster: poppie

poppie
Local time: 12:06
Mar 20, 2011

Hi all!
I've been working for a large (and recently rather infamous) subtitling company that, several months ago, drastically reduces their rates to $1.5 dollars per minute of translation. Several days ago I got an e-mail from them offering me to work for theatrical projects at $3.2 per minute. I was wondering if there are people here who got the same or similar offer from that company, and what you think about the new offer (that still seems low).
poppie


 

Vidmantas Stilius  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:06
English to Lithuanian
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. Mar 20, 2011

I guess I know the company and their offer. I just said "no". Working at their rates, I can't afford buying DVDs with my own translation - they have not reduced the retail pricesicon_smile.gif

 


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