AudioGO is no stranger to the library market. Serving libraries for over 30 years, this audiobook publisher began as Curley Publishing and has operated under the names Chivers North America and, most recently, BBC Audiobooks America. Today, the AudioGO collection includes more than 2,000 digital audiobooks and a growing collection of eBooks. Based in Rhode Island, AudioGO remains committed to providing libraries with an exclusive collection of unabridged and full-cast dramatization audiobooks.
AudioGO has partnered with OverDrive since 2006. “We recognized early on the value of libraries and began offering our bestselling titles in the digital format—and we’re glad we did,” says Traci Cothran, AudioGO’s digital sales manager. “Keeping a watchful eye on trends in the library market was a top priority for us. Libraries asked, and we delivered a deeper backlist selection, simultaneous access, and DRM-free titles so that you can better serve patron demand.
“We know libraries are key learning and gathering centers in our society today,” Cothran continues. “As we’ve watched libraries increase their value and impact on their communities over the years, we’re humbled and honored to be a part of so many of their efforts. We recognize the importance of libraries as cornerstones of our culture and are committed to helping educate and entertain adults and children alike, across the country and around the world.”
You’ll find thousands of entertaining, award-winning AudioGO titles available in Content Reserve, including: “Invisible Murder”—the sequel to Lene Kaaberbøl’s “The Boy in the Suitcase”—recently released with narration by Katherine Kellgren; “The Mirrored World” by Debra Dean; the Newbery-winning “My Brother Sam Is Dead” by Christopher Collier and James Lincoln Collier; and New York Times bestselling thriller “Low Pressure.” AudioGO also offers a Simultaneous Access plan with dozens of always available titles for your patrons to enjoy.
Annie McCormick is a Content Sales Associate at OverDrive.
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