New & Noteworthy Titles for Audiobook Month

Join us on June 21st as we celebrate Audiobook Month and hear from two leading publishers who will discuss current trends in the world of audiobooks along with some of their favorite new and noteworthy digital titles. You’ll hear about a number of plays, including David Mamet’s American Buffalo, as well as upcoming works from Alan Moore and New York Times best-selling authors Iris Johansen, Robyn Carr, Ian McEwan, and more!
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New & Noteworthy Titles for Audiobook Month

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View On Demand Audiobooks have come a long way since the days of cassette tapes. And while storytelling is a medium that’s practically as old as time, translating a book into audio form is an art form in and of itself—and one that’s gaining popularity and critical acclaim. Join us on June 21st as we celebrate Audiobook Month and hear from two leading publishers who will discuss current trends in the world of audiobooks along with some of their favorite new and noteworthy digital titles. You’ll hear about a number of plays, including David Mamet’s American Buffalo, as well as upcoming works from Alan Moore and New York Times best-selling authors Iris Johansen, Robyn Carr, Ian McEwan, and more! Panelists Michele Cobb - Audio Publishing Director, L.A. Theatre Works Brian Sweaney - Director of Acquisitions, Recorded Books Moderator Terry Hong - Audiobook Reviewer, Library Journal View On Demand Follow us on Twitter! @LibraryJournal #LJAudiobooks Need help getting registered? Send us an email describing your problem. By registering for this webcast, you are agreeing that Library Journal may share your registration information with sponsors currently shown and future sponsors of this event. Click here to review the entire Library Journal Privacy Policy.
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pamela hallaren

Hello - I was scheduled for the audiobook webinar today. The time was listed as 3 pm Eastern, 12 pm Pacific. Since I live in the Mountain time zone, I tuned in at 1 pm - and the webinar was over.

Posted : Jun 22, 2016 12:04


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