Thursday, September 27, 2007

Audio books now available through, the #2 retailer of online music behind iTunes, now offers downloads of audio books at very competitive prices. Materials downloaded on Emusic use the MP3 format which works on any MP3 player, including Ipods, and does not contain digital rights management (DRM) software. DRM free files allow users to make as many copies of the file as they want. Presently the site will offer over 1,000 books from publishers such as Random House, Penguin Audio, and Hatchette Audio. For more information, check out this article in the New York Times. If you want to borrow audio books free of charge you can visit the New Hampshire Downloadable Audio Books Program or

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