The Day (Connecticut paper) had a recent article about the company Tantor Media, which produces audio books. In ten years, they’ve gone from a three-person start-up to a company that employs 75 people, produces 50 titles a month, supports 70 narrators across the country, and can print 15,000 CDs daily. Plus, they don’t just do the recordings. They do the artwork for the audiobook cover and the marketing.
Unabridged books, which represent the narrator reading the full work, not an edited version, make up nearly 85 percent of the audiobook market. That's good news for Tantor, which only publishes unabridged, original works.If you’re hungry for audio book news, click over to read the full article. Do any of you have out audio versions of your books?