Hachette Audio is an imprint within the Digital Media Division—a publisher of a variety of popular genres in audio form, which matches HBG material with talented actors, composers, and producers to find its fullest expression. Our audiobooks are primarily based on material published in print and as ebooks by Grand Central Publishing, Little, Brown & Company, FaithWords, Center Street, Orbit, and Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, and have been recognized for the highest quality of content and production with numerous GRAMMY, Audie, Listen Up! and Earphone awards. Gildan Audio, a line of nonfiction programs, is a distribution client. Unabridged and abridged titles are available on CD and as digital downloads. Both of this year's prestigious audiobook Grammys were awarded to Hachette Audio titles; for The Daily Show with John Stewart presents EARTH (The Audiobook) in Spoken Word, and Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies in the Children's Spoken Word category. Keith Richards’ memoir Life won the highest honor, Audiobook of the Year, at the 2011 Audies Award gala hosted by the Audio Publishers Association. Hachette Audio partnered with Artists for a New South Africa on 2010’s Audiobook of the Year: Nelson Mandela’s Favorite African Folktales, and is also the publisher of the speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., which were recently released in a deluxe Essential Box Set. Some of Hachette Audio’s most popular audiobooks come from authors James Patterson, Malcolm Gladwell, David Baldacci, Emma Donoghue, Michael Connelly, David Sedaris, Anita Shreve, Nicholas Sparks, Joel Osteen, Preston & Child, David Foster Wallace, Nelson DeMille, Elin Hilderbrand, Brad Meltzer, Joyce Meyer, and Scott Turow.