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IndustryTranslation & Localization
Founded 📆2015
Founder 👔Tom Bridges
Headquarters 🏙️,
United Kingdom
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Tom Bridges (Founder, CEO) James Jameson (CCO)
Number of employees
🌐 Websiteofficial website
📇 Address
📞 telephone

CaptionHub is a British company based in London, United Kingdom that provides an AI-powered multimedia subtitling platform offering transcription, translation and, synthetic voiceover in over 190 languages.[1] The platform also offers multilingual subtitling for live streams and automation technology.[2][3][4]


CaptionHub was founded in 2015 by Tom Bridges.[1] The company developed an enterprise localization platform partnering with technologies like AWS, Phrase, and LILT for speech recognition, machine translation, and for integration with translation management systems.[5][6][7] In 2021, TED chose the platform to subtitle 200,000+ TED, TEDx, and TED-Ed talks into 115 languages by its 39,000 translators.[8][9]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Armitage, Tom. "CaptionHub Building the world's most advanced subtitling platform". Armitage. Retrieved 2024-04-08.
  2. Bickerton, Jake (2023-11-30). "CaptionHub launches AI-enabled real-time subtitling app". Broadcast Now. Retrieved 2024-05-22.
  3. Ring, Brian L (2024-04-19). "NAB 2024: The Bold Innovations You Probably Missed at the Show". Sports Video Group. Retrieved 2024-05-22.
  4. Buchlovsky, Radek (May 23, 2024). "Fully Automated Multimedia Localization Possible?". Multilingual. Retrieved May 23, 2024.
  5. "Subtitling videos accurately and easily with CaptionHub and AWS | AWS Machine Learning Blog". 2019-11-19. Retrieved 2024-05-22.
  6. "CaptionHub and Memsource sign strategic alliance for multimedia localization". MultiLingual. 2022-07-13. Retrieved 2024-05-22.
  7. Lilt. "LILT and CaptionHub Partner to Support AI-powered Multilingual Videos". Newswire (Press release). Retrieved 2024-05-23.
  8. "Translating TED: Get Started". TED. 23 May 2024. Retrieved 2024-05-22.
  9. "TED Selects CaptionHub as Their Global Subtitling Platform". Slator. 2021-07-14. Retrieved 2024-05-23.

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