Wednesday, September 9, 2009

From the Page to Your Ears

Library Journal has another interesting webinar this month (following last month's Mystery Book webinar).

Thanks to Stephanie Race for passing this on to us.

"From the Page to Your Ears: The Making and Dissemination of an Audiobook".

Tuesday, September 15, 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST.

Register here

(Note: If this time doesn’t fit your schedule, you can find this and other programs in the Library Journal archive at

How does a book make it from a printed work to a CD, Playaway, or Digital Download?

What challenges do narrators, directors, and publishers face in bringing audiobooks to fruition?

How does technology impact audiobook production and distribution?

What role do libraries play in determining which titles are made into audiobooks and what formats are available?

Get a peek into the surprisingly complex, incredibly detailed, and fiercely passionate world of audio publishing.

Featured Panelists:

  • Julia Spencer-Fleming, Award Winning Author
  • Suzanne Toren, Award Winning Narrator
  • Dan Hypes, Executive Producer, BBC Audiobooks America

Moderator: C. L. Quillen, MSLS, CPM, Coordinator of Public Services, Old Bridge Public Library

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