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NetLibrary Offers New eAudiobook Collections
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NetLibrary, a division of OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., and a platform for full-text digital content in libraries worldwide, together with Recorded Books, Inc., has expanded distribution of their eAudiobook program to libraries in Latin America and Asia Pacific. The eAudiobooks Core Collection for these markets contains a variety of English-language books and titles.

Library users can check out up to 10 eAudiobooks, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. eAudiobooks can be downloaded or played on any desktop, laptop, or portable device supporting Windows Media Player version 9 and above. Users can also transfer titles to a range of portable devices, including portable music players, portable media centers, Pocket PCs, and select Smartphone devices. In addition, the NetLibrary/Recorded Books eAudiobook program is designed to ensure that libraries can meet the needs of users because the program provides for a continuous flow of new titles that are added monthly.

The Latin American and Asian Pacific collections join the existing NetLibrary eAudiobook collection suite including: the eAudiobooks Core Collection; the eAudioEssentials Collection; the eAudiobooks Pimsleur Language Series Collection; the eAudiobooks CEV Holy Bible; the eAudiobooks Popular Fiction Collection; and the Children's/Young Adult eAudiobook Collection.


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