Public Domain Content Policy
Public domain titles are permissible for distribution on Findaway Voices, but existing public domain performances may not be submitted by anyone but the original performer or organization coordinating the performance.
In short, this means that you cannot submit someone else's public domain title performance (such as a performance you find at Librivox.org
), but you may submit an original recording
of a public domain title provided that title meets our asset quality guidelines.
As a general rule, Findaway Voices will not provide production support or casting recommendations for the production of public domain audiobook content.
Findaway Voices Content Policy
The Findaway Voices content policy ensures that any title submitted to Findaway Voices is appropriate for the wide range of distribution partners and readers. You can find the Findaway Voices Content Policy here.
How do I enter copyright information for Public Domain titles
For Public Domain titles, please list the original copyright owner and date for the Source Copyright Owner and the Source Copyright Date. Important Note: "Public Domain" is not a valid copyright.
Cover Art Requirements
Your cover art is an important way for your audiobook to stand out to your readers, and your cover will set the expectations of your readers. To ensure that your cover art is accepted, be sure to follow the requirements listed in the technical ...
How to add supplemental material (PDF) to your audiobook
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Tips for a Successful Narrator Profile
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