Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Listen to these words

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            For the ability to reach out to people who cannot read and for those who want to multitask in modern day busy lifestyle,audio books in INDIA are slowly getting popular , though the industry is still in its infancy.
            Audio books are more effective than other type of books.The listener feels connected and the learning and understanding is more in an audio book than a normal book.You cannot read a book while jogging but you can listen to a book.Audio book is like a companion.It's also university on wheels.
             Apart from targeting the people who cannot read ,audio books can also be handy for older people whose eyesight keeps getting worse with age.Also,they are environment friendly as they do not use ink and paper.
             The element of narration ,music and drama make an audio book interesting than reading a normal book .It's a new experience which will revolutionize the market in future.though there is much talk about ebooks but audio books are more effective,specially for learning and suitable to today's hectic lifestyle .About a month ago ,reado .com test launched the current bestseller,"The Immortals of Meluha" by Amish and "The art of War" by Sun Tzu as audio books at various stores in India "I have been quite surprised and overwhelmed with the positive response that I have received and are about to launch other audio books that include "The Hound of Baskerville",  "Peter Pan",and "Chankya Neeti" .Audio books have very niche market now .With profileration of technology ,their sales will increase in future .Also,people need to be educated about their uses.The price of an audio book takes into consideration the factors like music,artis who narrated the book and the company profile.Normally the cost starts from Rupees 300 (Indian currency).The voiceover of the narrator is very important to keep the listener interested in the book.A drab and dull narration can kill the interest.
                                                                                                                                    The Little Ganesha

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