8 Interesting Facts about American Sign Language (ASL)

American Sign Language has been developed for over 300 years by Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet. Dated back to 1817, Gallaudet established the first national school for the deaf community in the US, which is known as American Asylum, located in Hartford, Connecticut. Today, American Sign Language is widely used through-out America and has become one of […]

Top 6 equipment rentals for a high-quality multilingual conference.

Headset and receivers On a regular conference set-up, each audience member has a headset with which they listen to the live translation coming from the interpreters. The headset is often combined with a receiver to receive the signal from the microphone and convert it into sounds. Beside the normal receivers and headset, American Language Services […]

Breaking News: A problem solved 8 languages covered by our Interpreters Gibson at CES 2017, Las Vega

In January, Gibson ‘ one of the biggest American musical instrument manufacturers contacted American Language Services. They would soon be at an important conference in Las Vegas ‘ known as CES (Consumer Electronic Shows), and wanted like to find a good language service provider to translate their brand contents into multiple languages for their potential […]

3 reasons why a good language services provider contributes to a successful conference?

Another new year is coming, bringing us new hopes, new plans and new ambitions for our lives. It’s a time when companies are busy with new-year conferences and meetings, discussing upcoming projects and strategic plans. Many companies have international clients that do not speak the same languages. It becomes more complicated when a meeting gathers […]

End of the year Holidays It is a Special & Wonderful time of the year

In this season of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa as we each celebrate in our own way and with our own traditions.’ Christmas is celebrated by Christians worldwide on December 25, to honor the birth and ideals of Jesus Christ. ‘Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of the lights, is celebrated by our Jewish friends for […]

Wright Brothers Day

Wright Brothers Day (December 17) is a United States national observation. Wright Brothers Day was announced as an official commemorative day in Ohio, on October 5, 2011, celebrating 100 years of practical flight for the Wright Brothers. The date commemorates the Wright brothers’ first successful flight in heavier-than-air, mechanically propelled craft, accomplished on December 17, […]

St Nicholas Day

December 6th is the feast day of Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of children, which appropriately falls during the beginning of the feast season.’ This feast day is an especially exciting one for children as they count down the days on their calendars in anticipation of Christmas day. For the last several years AML-Global has […]

Black Friday

Black Friday! It’s that day you either love or hate. It’s the day to get great deals on Grandma’s Christmas gifts’the day to grab stocking stuffers for next to nothing’and it’s the perfect day to grab deals on vaping products, seriously’. We associate Black Friday with Christmas shopping and buying gifts for everyone else, but […]

Thanksgiving Day

It seems as though Thanksgiving signifies the end of the year with as fast as the ‘time’ flies. The concept of time can be a very interesting thing. Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather for a day of feasting, football and family. In this season of thanks we have many things […]

Veterans Day

Veterans Day is an official United States holiday that honors people who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, also known as veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11. It coincides with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are celebrated in other parts of the world. […]