Wetware Media was founded in 2006 by Lisa Duff in response to her passion for what was a fairly new device at the time — the iPod—and the new portability of books in the form of digital audio downloads.
As a graduate of NYU’s film school, Lisa’s skills and experience in film and television production translated exceptionally well to audio production and publishing. Today, she leads a team that produces dozens of high quality non-fiction audiobooks each year, with topics ranging from Quantum Physics to Personal Development.
A member of the Audio Publisher’s Association, Wetware Media is a well-established and rapidly growing independent audio publisher. We are a talented and passionate team of editors, producers, professional narrators, and audio engineers.
With over 10 years of experience in audio publishing, our goals are to create high quality audiobooks and to nurture long-standing, profitable relationships with publishers and rights holders.
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Sorrel Westbrook-Wilson earned a B.A. in English at Harvard University and an M.F.A. in fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She loves finding new and exciting audiobooks for Wetware Media to publish.
Audio Engineer & Studio Manager
Jim Devivo is a musician and artist. He has worked for Wetware Media since our first title was published in 2007.
Carol Stanley has been a publicist and book editor. She has been a life long passionate reader, and now, a passionate lover of audiobooks.
Janis Daddona is a professional voice artist, audiobook narrator and an accomplished actress. She started with Wetware Media narrating audiobooks and is now a producer.
A Few of Our Licensing Partners
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