ACX Produces 10x More Audiobooks in 2012

If you haven’t heard the good news, let us be the first to tell you. A whopping ten times as many titles were produced via ACX in 2012 as in 2011! Audiobooks of all kinds are getting made via ACX and are available for sale on Audible, Amazon and iTunes.

If you were part of our great year, thanks! If you weren’t, now is the time to get in on the action. Are you an audiobook narrator/producer? Do you own the audio rights to a book (this could be you, authors, publishers, etc.)? Then check out our How It Works section, learn a bit more, and create an account!

Here’s to even MORE audiobooks in 2013!

5 responses to “ACX Produces 10x More Audiobooks in 2012

  1. Reblogged this on Glenn Langohr's Stunning Memoirs– of Life in Prison- In Print, Kindle and Audio Book and commented:
    ACX rocks! I was already a best selling self published author who turned down publishing contracts. With ACX I learned how to narrate my own books. They were right, knowing the material better by being the author makes the narrated audio book way better! The books I narrated are selling way better compared to the ones the professional narrators did. ACX turned me into a professional narrator as well!

  2. Congratulations to Lenn Langohr! It’s all about making lemonade out of lemons. Yours is a great story. I too am a Believer (come-lately), and appreciate your testimony.
    Now about ACX! Congrats to ACX! I knew I was joining a winning team.

  3. This looks great, I can see several applications for audio books. I myself like to listen to something else than music at the gym or while driving. I just wish it would also be available for authors and customers in Canada. Looking forward to seeing it developing outside of the U.S.

  4. Congrats and thank you for giving authors such a great outlet! I’ve blogged about your great news here:

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