As exciting as the virtual vibe is the live pulse of being hand in hand, face to face with other everyday scribes will always be a crucial component to provocative right brain branding.
I love running away from home for four days to video, chat, taste, and drink my way through Charlottesville all in the name of work. The excursion began at WVTF Public Radio for an in depth view into the growing popularity of audio and ebooks.
Audio books originated in the 1930’s for distribution to the blind. Now you tote them along during transit to make windshield time more productive and to maintain a dynamic multi-tasking lifestyle.
Do you listen to audio books in the car or when doing other things like computer work or chores?
In this interactive interview Sandy Hausman, The Charlottesville Bureau Chief, speaks with:
Lucy Bednar, the assistant professor of writing, rhetoric, and technical communications at James Madison University
Elizabeth Noland, Middle School librarian associated with St. Anne's Bellfield School in Charlottesville
Troy Juliar, Vice President of Recorded Content for Recorded Books, an audiobook company
Robin F. Whitten, The founder and publisher of Audiophile Magazine
Click on the play button below to hear the lively Q and A session on this billion dollar a year industry, including entertaining readings from some of the panel’s favorite books.