The Digital Squeeze


Conversations about Digital Resources in Today's Libraries

Interesting, easy-listening conversations with some of today's top digital content creators and distributors for eBooks, audiobooks and digital magazines as well as discussions with librarians and library lovers about the evolution of digital resources in libraries and the movement to a stackless environment.

The Digital Squeeze Episode 7: Benetech

EBSCO Product Director Kara Kroes Li and E-Book Product Manager Rob Smith talk to Benetech Director of Content Partnerships, Michael Johnson, about e-book ac

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Episode 6: ASPIRE

In this episode we discuss the topic of e-book accessibility with two guests from ASPIRE, an organization that helps publishers tell a story and present a tr

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The Digital Squeeze Episode 5: AudioFile Magazine Best of 2019

Returning guests Robin Whitten and Francisca Goldsmith share some hot audiobook picks for the New Year and discuss some recent insights from AudioFile Magazi

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The Digital Squeeze Episode 4: Jennifer Rubins

Jennifer Rubins, the Marketing Director for Books On Tape, shares some marketing tips to increase the use of audiobooks in libraries.

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The Digital Squeeze Episode 3: Sharon Draper

Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Sharon Draper talks about her recent achievements including the 2018 bestseller Blended, and pro

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The Digital Squeeze Episode 2: Julia Whelan

Discover how actress Julia Whelan got into audiobook narration and take a peek behind the curtains of audiobook creation during our interview with Julia at t

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The Digital Squeeze Episode 1: Francisca Goldsmith & Robin Whitten

Audiobooks continue to rise in popularity and currently represent the fastest growing segment in publishing.

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Intro Episode: Meet Host Julie Twomey

Introducing podcast host Julie Twomey, an avid consumer of digital resources, who will guide listeners through programs about the creation and consumption of

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