Media Bulletin

Interpreter Live calls in Rooster PR

By Licia Houghton

10th August 2011

Category: PR

Interpreter Live has called on Rooster PR to launch its new translation service and position the telephone helpline as a practical and vital tool for business and leisure travellers.

Rooster will showcase the many benefits of this new service, which puts travellers in direct contact with translators and offers peace of mind for those visiting countries where they can’t speak the language.

“Interpreter Live captures the zeitgeist of travel today,” says Rooster’s Managing Director, James Brooke.

“With the world getting ever smaller and overseas travel so accessible to all, the service fills a huge gap in the market and we’re looking forward to raising awareness of such an essential travel tool.”

Interpreter Live’s service includes over 200 languages and is available 24/7. Its team of formally accredited interpreters can offer translations in all manner of issues, from medical emergencies to legal matters, down to trying to direct a taxi or order the right coffee.

Interpreter Live can be accessed with pre-paid phone or via an online account at

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