audiobook


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au·di·o·book

 (ô′dē-ō-bo͝ok′)
n.
An audio recording consisting of a book or other material read aloud.

audiobook

(ˈɔːdɪəʊˌbʊk) or

audio book

n
a recorded reading of a book recorded on tape, CD, or digital formats
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The first audiobook of Tajik folk tales in the state and Pamir languages is recorded by actor Firuz Sabzaliev, a graduate of VGIK, who starred in Russian cinema, along with his Tajik colleagues.
First audiobook of folk tales to be released in Tajikistan AKIPRESS.COM - The first audiobook of Tajik folk tales in the state and Pamir languages is recorded by actor Firuz Sabzaliev, a graduate of VGIK, who starred in Russian cinema, along with his Tajik colleagues.
Summary: More people resorting to audiobook apps and podcasts while multi-tasking
Masterfully performed by award-winning narrator Tavia Gilbert, All In is the unabridged audiobook rendition of an original romance novel between Meredith Hunt, the independent-minded owner of a successful Pilates studio, and Ace Vance, a single father who fixes classic cars for a living.
With Azercell's new Audiobook service, it is going to be much easier to read a book on your mobile phone.
"'The Flood' has been captivating readers since 2015, and we're thrilled to finally bring it to life as an audiobook. We've given it a great production, with a top narrator, and we hope it's going to be a hit," Tantor Media says.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2018-Stirling Acquires Audiobook Specialist Paradise Publisher Assets
The upgraded device features an enhanced display, a waterproof body, bigger storage capacity and audiobook support. 
Commenting on the partnership, Ammar Mardawi, Country Manager for Storytel Arabia, said: "The Middle East audiobook market is ripe for major growth and we have positioned ourselves to take full advantage of this.
WFHowes is an audiobook, digital services and large print publisher in the UK that releases around 76 new unabridged audiobooks each month under several imprints.
Participants listening to a recording from an audiobook were found to be more physically and emotionally engaged than those who viewed the same scene in a visual format from film or TV.