Highlights from this week's global press coverage of Audible.
AUDIBLE MAKES WAVES AT THE PARIS BOOK FAIR
At the Paris Book Fair, Audible released a recently commissioned study finding that the popularity of audiobooks in France is growing. Audible Country Manager Constanze Stypula spoke to Europe 1, France Culture, Challenges, and more about the results of the study and the future of Audible in France.
THE GUARDIAN FEATURES KELLY HOLMES'S AUDIBLE ORIGINAL
In a two-page splash that appeared in print and online, The Guardian called Dame Kelly Holmes's Audible Original What Do I Do? Mental Health and Me a “compelling” series. The Stylist also previewed the Original.
“The result is a compelling 11-part series in which she interviews celebrities about a time they reached their nadir and their route to recovery... Holmes brings infectious laughter, empathy and an easy manner to the interviews.” - The Guardian
THE LOS ANGELES TIMES PRAISES AUDIBLE ORIGINAL REMEMBERING ROTH
“The book sheds new light on this enigmatic man who took us from the complaints of Portnoy to the ruminations of Zuckerman...” – The Los Angeles Times
VOLLE KANNE ZDF SPOTLIGHTS AUDIBLE ORIGINAL GEGEN DIE ANGST
AUSTRALIAN MEDIA OUTLETS CELEBRATE THE POWER OF AUDIBLE ON WORLD SLEEP DAY
“Or try unwinding to an audio book, which is also a popular method to help drift into a great nights sleep. Audible offer[s] a wide selection of suggested audio books for sleep, popular narrators include Stephen Fry and Michelle Obama.” - News.com.au