A new study in the UK reveals young listeners’ growing engagement with audio storytelling, which is boosting reading comprehension and fueling passion for stories in reluctant readers.
This June, Audible celebrated Pride month with events for employees and new releases by LGBTQIA+ creators that debuted as part of New York City’s Pride programming at Tribeca Festival and 92Y.
As the Festival’s exclusive audio sponsor, we’re bringing an exciting audio storytelling lineup, including an immersive preview of the queer action/comedy podcast "Hot White Heist," a panel celebrating Black audio creators with Tariq Trotter, and more.
This year, we celebrated our Asian-American and Pacific Islander colleagues, customers, and creators with events to build allyship, offer support and guidance, and share the invaluable contributions of AAPI storytellers.
Go behind-the-scenes of “Wish You Were Here,” part of Audible’s collaboration with the Williamstown Theatre Festival, to learn how the play gave five Iranian-American actresses a rare chance to collaborate and to tap deep into their shared heritage.
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo wrote a song about his love of Audible. Now there’s a new music video to go with it, featuring the band doing all the things we love to do while listening. We found out what led to this very cool musical fan letter.
Written and performed by beauty expert and advocate, Mikki Taylor, “Force of Beauty: A Newark Family Memoir” brings together powerful voices from Audible’s hometown, including Mayor Ras J. Baraka, and introduces listeners to the city’s rich history.
From powerful new original content to compelling Q&As and panel discussions, learn about the incredible women we’ve been amplifying as part of our Women’s History Month theme to challenge, champion and change.
When the Williamstown Theatre Festival shuttered its doors for the summer due to the pandemic, they called Kate Navin, Audible Theatre’s Artistic Producer, to collaborate on an all-audio version of its season instead. The New York Times shares the story.
In a strange and turbulent year, stories helped us find solace and joy and made us feel more connected. We’ve compiled a few of the ways in which our creators, listeners, neighbors and employees came together globally.
Our studios teams around the globe have discovered new ways to produce original content and support talent during Covid-19, including facilitating at-home recording kits, remote productions, virtual narration classes and new collaborations.
When Peruvian officials asked if they could air Audible Stories on their public radio to help students during Covid-19, our International Public Policy Director Brian Andrews leaped into action. He shares how the initiative came to fruition.