For years now, Spotify has been on a long and clear march toward increasing profitability by making more non-music content available.
The audiobook industry will be determining which books merit human narration and those that can do well with synthetic voices.
Spotify’s CEO told investors that the company plans to compete for a piece of the global audiobook market.
The biggest audiobook subscription service outside the US, Storytel has seen its sales grow by 35 percent over last year.
It’s now possible to self-produce audiobooks using Findaway Voices Marketplace.
The audiobook distributor and production service hopes to help authors improve profits without remaining exclusive to Audible.
Sesamy claims to liberate you from the tyranny of subscriptions through an à la carte sales model.
Scribd, which entered the Mexican market in 2019, has now announced it will publish and distribute 100 Spanish-language audiobooks this year
As promised, ACX/Audible has started showing audiobook returns for authors who use ACX as a distributor.
The value-priced offerings—175 bundles in all—can be listened to through Costco’s own audiobooks app.