Helsinki’s Kalle Siltala’s family founded one of the two publishing houses at which he works. He’s one of this year’s Frankfurt Fellows.
‘Pooling our energies even more to focus on audio,’ Bookwire announces a restructured unit for audiobooks and podcasting.
BookBeat and RBMedia see English-language audiobooks as a leading edge in international audio markets and brand expansion.
Text-to-speech automated audiobook narration arrives at Bookwire, amid the company’s insistence on its respect for human narration.
Frankfurter Buchmesse reports that Hall 3 is almost sold out. This year, Frankfurt Audio and BookFest return, 4,000+ exhibitors expected.
‘We’re in a good position,’ says Storytel’s Yasmina Jraissati, after the audiobook service Storytel’s first five years in the region.
Storytel’s first quarter reflects the reorganization of the company underway, as France’s publishers roll out their first ‘Audiobook Month.’
The new study from France’s publishers indicates that French audiobook fans are moving from CDs and tape to digital audio.
In France, the publishers’ syndicate is gearing up to drive an audiobook adoption campaign – boosters, not just beneficiaries, of the format.
From the macro to the micro, Bookwire’s second ‘All About Audio’ program made its key points with high-level observations from MIDiA Research.