Donald Katz, chief executive officer of Audible, a provider of audio books, magazines and newspapers on the Internet, talks about the company’s innovations and growth on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

How Has Mobile Changed Audio Books?

Source: Bloomberg, Nov. 1 2013

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Audible Is a `Huge Employer of Actors,’ Katz Says

Donald Katz, chief executive officer of Audible Inc., a provider of audio books, magazines and newspapers on the Internet, talks about the company’s innovations, growth, strategy and integration with parent company Amazon.com Inc. Katz speaks with Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.”


Source: Bloomberg, June 29 2013

Category: Books, Video

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One Response to “Mobile Changing Audio Books & Narration”

  1. dcramer says:

    I’ve had Bailout Nation on my Audible wish list for a long time, but I’ve never bought it because when I listen to a sample it sounds like a robot is reading it and I’m not sure I could make it through.