Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Records Book at Interface Media Groupo record her latest book, Living History, New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Interface Media Group (Washington, D.C.) to work once again with director of audio Dennis Jacobsen. 8/18/2003 8:00 AM Eastern
To record her latest book, Living History, New York SenatorHillary Rodham Clinton returned to Interface Media Group(Washington, D.C.) to work once again with director of audioDennis Jacobsen (pictured).
Living History is a political memoir in which HillaryClinton discusses her eight years in the Clinton White House andthe watershed events of her husband's presidency. The approximatelyseven-hour audio book was released by Simon & Schuster Audio (New York City) in conjunction with the hardcover version in June2003.
Jacobsen worked with Clinton on the session and said, “Thismakes it a clean sweep for us. Interface has recorded allthree of the former First Lady’s audio books. She and Ipreviously recorded Dear Socks, Dear Buddy, a compilation of themost amusing, entertaining and thoughtful letters that children hadsent the nation’s First Pets. Mrs. Clinton’s It Takes aVillage was also recorded at Interface and was a nationalbestseller and received the Grammy Award for Best SpokenWord.”
Jacobsen served as sound designer/engineer and wasassisted by sound designer Joshua Nelson. They worked closely withSusan Perrin, senior producer and director of Simon & SchusterAudio and associate producer Sarah Ginsberg.
Jacobsen also mentioned that, in recent months, Interface has workedclosely with a number of prominent individuals on their recorded books,including former Secretary of State/former U.S. Ambassador to the UNMadeleine Albright’s Madam Secretary, due in bookstoresnext month. (IMG recorded both the abridged version for Time Warner andthe 24-hour-long unabridged version for Miramax Publishing); Both ofSupreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s audiobooks, The Majesty of the Law: Reflections of a Supreme CourtJustice, which was released by Random House in April2003, and Lazy B: Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch In theAmerican Southwest, which the publisher released inJanuary 2002; and Jane Alexander reading America's Women: FourHundred Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates and Heroines by GailCollins for HarperAudio, released in June 2003.
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