Pulitzer Center Update June 15, 2008
Videos available in multiple languages
Thanks to dotSUB, a browser based tool enabling subtitling of videos on the web into and from any language, Pulitzer Center now offers many of its short documentaries in multiple languages. Once a video is translated, anyone can then embed the video virtually anywhere on the web, enabling the Pulitzer Center to reach an even wider audience with issues of global importance.
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Watch Pulitzer Center videos in multiple languages
Visit our entire video collection at dotSUB to watch Pulitzer Center documentaries in multiple languages, ranging from Farsi to Chinese.
Watch "House Call in Hell" in Russian, Arabic, Chinese or Spanish
The video below, "House Call in Hell," has been translated into Russian, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), and Spanish. This video takes you inside the walls of one of the worst prisons in the Western hemisphere. Overcrowding, poor sanitation, and a general lack of funding in Haiti's National Penitentiary have led to exorbitant HIV and Tuberculosis rates. Reporter Antigone Barton and videographer Stephen Sapienza take a first-hand look at these conditions and an American doctor working to correct them. After this video was taken, USAID authorized $200,000 in emergency funding for health and sanitation improvements.
Click on the player below to watch the video in French Creole, or watch the video in Arabic, Chinese (simplified) Russian, or Spanish.