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An audio recording consisting of a book or other material read aloud.


(ˈɔːdɪəʊˌbʊk) or

audio book

a recorded reading of a book recorded on tape, CD, or digital formats
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From helping a teen download an audiobook through Overdrive to suggesting listening opportunities for a history teacher, school librarians play an essential role in assisting library listeners and promoting audiobook use.
Online literary news company Publishers Weekly announced on Thursday that an audiobook store has been launched by Google Play Books.
On Google Play, you can buy a single audiobook at an affordable price, with no commitments.
The Odyssey is given to the producer of the best audiobook produced for children and/or young adults available in English in the United States.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 12, 2017-Audiobook Publisher RBmedia Acquires Subscription Service Audiobooks.
The move followed complaints from German publishers that the three companies were abusing their high profile in the audiobook marketplace.
The 47 1/2 long audiobook is the longest fiction multicast audiobook ever produced which consists of 67 actors performing 198 different characters with a soundscape employing over 150,000 sound effects and over 3 hours of original music created for the audiobook.
Out of 630 editorials published over the course of VideoAge's 34 years, Serafini has selected 33 for the audiobook.
It features 40,000 titles from all of the major audiobook publishers (powered by Findaway World) and was optimized for e-audiobook discovery, checkout, and listening.
Tenders are invited for 15ODLSH1 - Audiobook Services for Elementary and Secondary Textbooks
My book about Leonard Cohen is being published next month, and when my editor told me that an audiobook version was in the works, I begged to be the one who narrated it.
Showing librarians how to harness their library's audiobook collection and practice effective collection development