Recorded Books Takes Home Six Wins at 2016 Voice Arts Awards

The Society of Voice Arts and Sciences (SOVAS) presented Recorded Books, Inc., HighBridge Audio and christianaudio with six awards at the 2016 Voice Arts Awards Gala held November 13 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California. 

Recorded Books, Inc., HighBridge Audio, and christianaudio won the following awards:

Audiobook Narration—Biography, Best Narrator

Paul McCartney: The Life by Philip Norman (Recorded Books)
Narrator: Jonathan Keeble

Audiobook Narration—Science Fiction, Best Narrator

Children of Earth and Sky by Guy Gavriel Kay (Recorded Books)
Narrator: Simon Vance

Audiobook Narration—Mystery, Best Voiceover

Hour of the Wolf by Håkan Nesser (HighBridge Audio)
Narrator: Simon Vance

Audiobook Narration—Author Performance, Best Narrator

Unashamed by Lecrae (christianaudio)
Narrator: Lecrae

Audiobook Narration—Inspirational/Faith-Based Fiction, Best Narrator

Hope Harbor by Irene Hannon (Recorded Books)
Narrator: Thérèse Plummer

Audiobook Narration—Non-Fiction, Best Narrator

The Song Machine by John Seabrook (HighBridge Audio)
Narrator: Dion Graham

Created by the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences as part of the That’s Voiceover! Conference, the Voice Arts Awards is an international competition showcasing the best work in professional voiceover acting, creative direction and communications for advertising, audiobook narration, movie trailers, video gaming, animation, television, radio and casting realms.

Recorded Books, Inc., Tantor Media, HighBridge Audio, and christianaudio received a total of 26 nominations for the 2016 Voice Arts Awards. 

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