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  • July 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Witherspoon Takes on ‘Watchman’

  • Fall 2015 Audio Announcements

    Audio publishers are again offering a bold and broad array of titles this fall.

  • ‘Mandela’ Takes Top Audio Prize

    BookExpo America, held May 27–29, was once again a busy period for audiobook publishers, as the industry announced the best audiobooks of the year at its 20th annual Audie Awards Gala.

  • June 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Hall tackles early Rand work and more in this month's audiobook news.

  • Harlequin Launches Audio Imprint

    Harlequin and HarperCollins Publishers announced the launch of Harlequin Audio, a new audio imprint for Harlequin titles.

  • May 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Ansari and Penguin get romantic and more in this month's audio book news.

  • L’Amour Legacy Shines like a ‘Diamond’

    Louis L’Amour’s western novels and stories have made him a popular author, even 27 years after his death.

  • Indie Booksellers Losing Interest in Audio

    Since the collapse of Borders, independent booksellers’ role in the sale of print books has increased, but that does not seem to be the case for physical audio.

  • Managing the Decline of Physical Audio

    The death knell for CDs has not quite sounded yet, but sales from late 2014 and early 2015 indicate that a move away from the format may be quickening.

  • L.A. Theatre Works at 40

    The old entertainment industry adage “the show must go on” might as well be the motto of L.A. Theatre Works, which has grown from a small theater group doing workshops with prison inmates to a vast company that produces an array of audio projects

  • April 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Kyle Reads for HarperAudio and more in this month's audio book news.

  • March 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Macmillan brings in Newbern, Wopat and more in this month's audio book news.

  • February 2015 Audio Books: In the Studio

    Alexander shines a light at Hachette and more in this month's audio book news.

  • The 2014 Listen-Up Awards: The Best Audiobooks of the Year

    The top audiobooks in six categories, including best fiction, best nonfiction, narrator of the year, and more.

  • Philip Pullman Delivers Audible Exclusive

    Audiobook fans can travel back to Lyra Belacqua’s Oxford via “The Collectors,” an original short story by Philip Pullman, narrated by British actor Bill Nighy.

  • 2014: A Year In Audiobooks

    As we kick off a new year, PW asked audio publishers to share their reflections on successes and trends of 2014.

  • 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.

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