RBMedia, the world’s largest audiobook writer. At the moment the corporate introduced the acquisition of John Verlag’s German-language audiobook catalog. The titles acquired via this deal can be added to the corporate’s RBmedia Verlag audio model.
Based in 2006 by journalist Michael John, John Verlag primarily publishes non-fiction audiobooks within the politics, investigative journalism, enterprise, biographies and recommendation genres. Its checklist of well-known authors consists of Robert Mark Lehmann, Martin Soneborn, Alice Schwarzer, Robin Alexander and world star Elton John.
Bestselling John Verlag audiobook titles to be revealed beneath the RBmedia Verlag model embody:
“Soccer Leaks” by Raphael Bushman and Michael Wulzinger
“The Pushed” by Robin Alexander
“The Schultz Story” by Marcus Feldenkirchen
“Mr. Sonnborn Goes to Brussels” by Martin Soneborn
Michael John, writer and managing director of John Verlag, mentioned, “I based John Verlag in 2006 and at present it has an in depth and high-quality audiobook publishing program. We dwell in a time of accelerating media reporting. It’s changing into more and more necessary that unfiltered, critical and well-established data is accessible within the type of books and audiobooks. With RBMedia, we look ahead to increasing this portfolio.”
RBMedia Worldwide Managing Director Miles Stevens-Hoare mentioned, “The acquisition of John Verlag provides to RBMedia’s presence within the German audiobook market and continues our worldwide enlargement. Since 2021 RBMedia has launched 5 European audiobook catalogs—Buka, ABOD. , Horbuch München, Editions Thelem and now John Verlag. This sturdy progress in worldwide markets displays the rising recognition of audiobooks world wide.”
Michael Kozlowski has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the previous twelve years. His articles have been picked up by main and native information sources and web sites similar to CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Put up and The New York Instances. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.