In an unprecedented collaboration, Williamstown Theatre Festival’s summer season will be produced by Audible and made available to listeners worldwide. The season includes Bobby Cannavale, Carla Gugino, Audra McDonald, Kate Burton, and more.
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PEN America is renaming its marquee prize for a writer whose work has had a large impact on readers around the world as the PEN/Audible Literary Service Award. This year’s honoree is renowned singer, songwriter and author Patti Smith.
The New York Times best-selling comic book series “The Sandman,” written by Neil Gaiman, is set for release on audio for the first-time ever. The Audible Original, adapted and directed by Dirk Maggs, will be available summer 2020.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and Audible founder and Executive Chairman Don Katz celebrated Lunch Out Wednesday’s 30,000th visit to a local restaurant by eating lunch at Fresh Coast. The program subsidizes employees to eat at local restaurants.
Malcolm X’s unabridged life story, told in his own words, to be recorded for the first time ever in audio.
The Hogwarts Library book "The Tales of Beedle the Bard," written by J.K. Rowling and starring Jude Law, Jason Isaacs, Evanna Lynch, and more, will be available for the first time exclusively on Audible. It will be free for Audible members this year.
Renowned activist and athlete launches Kaepernick Publishing and strikes multi-project deal with Audible.
Audible announced two new limited engagement events of “In Love and Struggle” and “The Peculiar Patriot” this February and March at the Minetta Lane Theatre, Audible’s creative home for live performances in New York.
Jack McBrayer, Paula Pell, Paul Rudd and Amber Ruffin lead in the star-studded Audible Original comedy series “Escape from Virtual Island,” written by John Lutz and produced by Broadway Video. It’s set to debut April 2, 2020 exclusively on Audible.
Dan Rather’s “Stories of a Lifetime,” an original show that the former CBS News anchor will be performing exclusively for Audible, will be recorded live at the Minetta Lane Theatre and made available for listeners globally.
Festival attendees will be able to attend LA Times-curated and hosted panel discussions, fireside chats, daily sound baths and more, including conversations with Ron Howard, Rebecca Hall, Rufus Wainwright, Colman Domingo, Belinda Carlisle, and more.
Common’s “Bluebird Memories” and Rufus Wainwright’s “Road Trip Elegies” will be released exclusively on Audible in 2020 for millions of listeners.