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"I would say audiobooks were very popular here until around three years-ago."
Audiobook service has been developed within the framework of Bookmate project of Azercell.
Tantor Media is a world leader in audiobook publishing.
Stirling Corp offers eBooks and audiobooks for digital download, podcasting, digital publishing, author/writer assistance, and advertising opportunities.
Ala' Alsallal, Jamalon's Founder and CEO, added: "We at Jamalon believe that audiobooks have a major part to play in the future direction of the industry.
At Macmillan, we have been experimenting with this intersection of podcasts and audiobooks. We published Mac Rogers' sci-fi drama, Steal the Stars, as an audio-first title, delivered as a podcast; we are publishing the audiobook of How to Be Yourself by Ellen Hendriksen, the host of Quick and Dirty Tips' popular podcast "Savvy Psychologist"; and next September we will publish Sadie by Courtney Summers, a novel that features a podcast in alternating chapters throughout the book.
the company, it is aiming to participate and drive the growth of the audiobook
Some students enjoy examining picture book pages while listening to the audiobook version.
The company also announced the expansion of the e-book and audiobook family to users in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Chile, Mexico, Japan (audiobooks only), and South Africa.
It will provide a free preview of the content, single titles can be purchased without a subscription and consumers can share their audiobook purchases with family on different devices (up to five family members) using Google's Family Library feature without additional fees.
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.