Open Culture on Future Tense (American Public Media)

We have a short interview airing today on Future Tense, an American Public Media program hosted by Jon Gordon. This program offers a daily journal of the digital age, and today we’re talking about the past, present and future of audio books, particularly the podcasted kind. The conversation weaves together a few things that we’ve discussed here this week — H.G. Wells, Cory Doctorow, Creative Commons, the skewed pricing of audio books sold to consumers, etc. If you don’t catch it on the radio, you can listen in here: MP3iTunesBlog.

On a related note, we also talked with Future Tense not too long ago about what universities are doing on the podcast front. If you want to give it a listen, you can access it here: Mp3Blog.

Finally, see our collection of audio book podcasts as well as Jon Gordon’s blog, wavLength.

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