CEA-2003-C defines requirements and provides recommendations to publishers, software developers, content providers and hardware manufacturers for the data structure, usability requirements, playback systems and delivery systems for audiobooks in digital file format. It should be noted that throughout CEA-2003-C, the term audiobook is defined as any audio file or collection of audio files of primarily spoken word content that is played in a linear order. Therefore, spoken word audio with occasional music, a narration of newspaper articles, or other similar spoken word audio, would additionally be considered audiobooks under this standard.
Audiobook Format & Player Marks: Product marks used on audiobook content and players to indicate that the products have certain features to improve consumers' listening experience. The marks represent compliance with certain aspects of CEA-2003-C. The audiobook compatible mark applies to players. The audiobook format mark applies to content.
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