August 14, 2017 AT 6:00 am

World’s First Emoji Translator interviewed by BBC

The BBC interviews Keith Broni, the first official emoji translator, in this video from Today Translations (the company who made the hire) on YouTube, via boingboing.

Keith Broni, recruited by Today Translations to be the world’s first ever emoji translator was interviewed by BBC World Service for their program Outside Source.

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