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  • GraphicAudio Celebrates 10 Years

    Listening to an audiobook is, by its very nature, a sensory experience—and for the past decade, GraphicAudio, an imprint of the Bethesda, Md.–based Cutting Corp., has been targeting listeners’ senses in a big way.

  • December 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Huckabee gets gritty at Macmillan and more in this month's audio book news.

  • PW Talks to James and Jack Patterson

    In 'House of Robots,' the first book of James Patterson’s new middle-grade series, Sammy, a fifth grader, is humiliated when his genius inventor mother insists that he bring her latest creation, a robot named E, to school.

  • November 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Close sisters read for Hachette and more in this week's audio book news.

  • October 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    NPH Chooses Random House and more in this week's audio books news.

  • Audio Hits the Road

    On Labor Day weekend, the Audio Publishers Association kicked off what the organization called its “biggest-ever consumer awareness campaign."

  • September 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Cohen in the booth at Macmillan and more in this month's audio book news.

  • Six Ways to Multitask While Listening to Audiobooks

    A few suggestions for audiobooks to listen to while taking care of autumn chores.

  • Audible Releases Two Editions of Scalzi Novel

    Audible released two editions of the audiobook version of John Scalzi's 10th novel, 'Lock In,' earlier this week.

  • August 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Scieszka in the Booth for Listening Library

  • The Thrill of Bringing ‘Business Adventures’ to Audio

    When Bill Gates recommended 'Business Adventures,' a 1969 essay collection by late 'New Yorker' contributor John Brooks, as part of his 2014 summer reading list, the Microsoft founder called it “the best business book ever,” but noted that it’s “not easy to find.” Not any more.

  • July 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Random House goes Wilde and more in this month's audio book news.

  • Publishers Head to SoundCloud

    Social audio site SoundCloud has become an important too for audiobook marketers thanks to its large user base and ease of use.

  • Physical Audiobooks Prove a Surprise for Stores

    Despite the encroachment of digital downloads, sales of physical audiobooks remain resilient, with Nielsen BookScan reporting that units were up 6% through the first five months of 2014 compared to the same period last year.

  • The Industry Celebrates Audiobook Month

    To commemorate Audiobook Month, the Audio Publishers Association (APA) is orchestrating a blog tour as a part of its June Is Audiobook Month campaign (JIAM), during which 31 different websites will give away an Audie-winning audiobook each day in June.

  • Finding Your Voice

    With the spread of low-cost home studios, more and more people are aspiring to become audiobook narrators.

  • May 2014 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Clinton & Chalfant pair up for S&S and more in this month's audio book news.

  • Oprah to Narrate Upcoming Audiobook

    Macmillan Audio has announced that Oprah Winfrey is in the studio narrating the audiobook for "What I Know For Sure."

  • B&N Plans Return to Digital Audiobooks

    Following the notice B&N sent to customers that it is shutting down its downloadable audio section, a spokesperson for the retailer told PW the company plans to re-enter the market at some point in the future.

  • New Audiobooks Publishing in Fall 2014

    Audio publishers are putting their stamp on a bumper crop of titles this season and we’ve gathered together some of our favorite highlights from their forthcoming lists.

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