JMG will test the online audio market to include additional languages


Today Jarvis Media Group’s wholly owned subsidiary XtremeWeather provides it’s daily national severe weather outlook to 280 million Americans speaking English and Spanish.

This month JMG’s XtremeWeather will test the online audio market to include additional languages (ie) Chinese. XtremeWeather / JMG possess the technology to produce it’s severe weather outlooks in 10 different languages and dialects.

Why did we choose the Chinese language next?

According to the ACS in 2018, the most common languages spoken at home by people aged five years of age or older are as follows (the most recent data can be found via the U.S. Census Bureau’s ACS chart:

English only – 239 million
Spanish – 41 million
Chinese (including Mandarin and Cantonese) – 3.5 million
Tagalog (including Filipino) – 1.7 million
Vietnamese – 1.5 million
Arabic – 1.2 million
French – 1.2 million
Korean – 1.1 million
Russian – 0.94 million
German – 0.92 million

JMG’s XtremeWeather is positioning itself to be the leading provider of audio weather related news to television. radio, online news, media source outlets.

JMG’s groundbreaking Multilingual Audio A.I. technology is currently being used in several marketing segments and informational media production outlets as well as online learning and teaching tool providers.

Alicia Kay Jamison
Press Secratary / Contact
Jarvis Media Group
+1 (214) 799-0542
[email protected]

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