Tagged: Audio

Speaking out

Audio content from book publishers need not be limited to audio facsimiles of books, nor podcasts about books, as the market swells in its variety.... Read more

Adventures in audio

Ali Muirden's 'Adventures in audio', first delivered as a speech at the Independent Publishers Guild's annual conference. Read more

Kay and Watson collaborate for Audible as firm ramps up its original content

Audible will release What Seems to be the Problem With Adam Kay and Mark Watson next month, after Kay’s agent struck an exclusive deal with... Read more

HarperCollins joins forces with Hearst and Kobo for audiobook club

HarperCollins is teaming up with Hearst UK to launch an audiobook club through Kobo across Good Housekeeping and Prima magazines.... Read more

Tennant to narrate The War of the Worlds in new H G Wells audiobook collection

Five H G Well’s works are being released as "a special audio collection" on Audible on next month featuring the voices of David Tennant, Sophie... Read more

Audio helps HarperCollins to record second quarter worldwide

HarperCollins achieved record revenue and EBITDA in the second quarter, parent company News Corp has reported, aided by the “burgeoning of digital audio”.... Read more

HQ bringing out first audio original, a meditation title

HQ will publish its first audio original product, Seven Days of Sound Meditation, an immersive 3D sound experience developed by HarperCollins and a leading sound... Read more

Pan Mac launches Sansom audio with #Shardlakelistenathon

Pan Macmillan has launched a significant pre-publication audiobook campaign to accompany the new novel in C J Sansom’s Shardlake series, Tombland.... Read more

US audio booms by 29% but overall publishing sales dip

American publishers’ total industry sales dipped slightly in 2017, but audio downloads continued to boom, rising by 28.8% year-on-year. Read more

Audible strikes £150k partnership with LAMDA

Audible UK is teaming up with the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) to launch a three-year creative partnership worth £150,000. Read more

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