Recorded Books Gives Away $20,000 in Audiobooks

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Recorded Books gives 20 libraries audiobook collections valued at $1,000 each as part of virtual trade show.

Recorded Books, a leading provider of library services around the world and one of the largest independent producers of unabridged audiobooks, gave away $20,000 in audiobooks to libraries at an Oct. 16 virtual trade show organized by Library Journal.

“Our library is thrilled to win an audiobook collection from Recorded Books,” said Sally-Adrina Taylor, Rapid City Public Libraries, Public Services – Library Associate 1. “Audiobooks are a popular resource at our library, and we look forward to adding these titles to our collection for our patrons to enjoy.”

Recorded Books sponsored The Digital Shift: Reinventing Libraries and as part of the event, attendees were asked to complete a survey on library trends, which registered them for a chance to win a $1,000 audiobook collection.

“We are thrilled with the number of libraries we were able to support with this giveaway,” said Rich Freese, Recorded Books CEO and President.

“Audiobooks continue to be a very important media for libraries and we gain great satisfaction in this opportunity to thank our loyal customers for the support we have received throughout the years,” Freese added.


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About Recorded Books
Recorded Books, LLC is a leading provider of library services around the world, one of the largest independent producer of unabridged audiobooks, and a distributor of other audio products. Recorded Books delivers its products as both physical media (CDs and Playaway digital players) and via OneClickdigital, a downloading service featuring eBooks and professionally narrated English- and Spanish-language audiobooks for adults, children and young adults. Through RBdigital, Recorded Books also offers a host of educational and entertainment services, including digital magazines, language-learning programs, software training, and database services. Recorded Books is a division of Haights Cross Communications. For more information, visit

About Haights Cross Communications
Haights Cross Communications encompasses several top imprints that meet the diverse needs of every classroom and school and public library. Triumph Learning is the leading publisher of standards-aligned, K–12 instructional materials and proven curriculum solutions—serving 21st-century learners with a mix of interactive digital tools and innovative student texts. Recorded Books delivers the highest quality recordings of unabridged literature, college lectures, language learning courses, digital magazines, and much more.

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