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Got Audio?

May 27, 2011 by

You may have noticed in the last few months that we have a lot more Mises Dailies available in audio. This is thanks to a fabulous team of volunteers. Steven Ng, who has been narrating for us for over a year, has been joined in recent months by Nathaniel Foote, Holly Hinton, Keith Hocker, Colin Hussey, Brad O’Connell, Donna Orlando, Joel Sams, and Ted Whelan, as well as authors Floy Lilley, Mike Reid, and Mark Thornton, narrating their own articles.

You may also have heard two new voices reading audiobooks: John Pruden and Paul Strikwerda. And, of course, we have the unmistakable voice of Jeff Riggenbach, who writes and produces the weekly Libertarian Tradition podcast, as well as narrating books for us.

Today we have 3 great samples of Audio Mises Daily:

Want to listen to more Audio Mises Dailies? You can find them listed on the Audio Mises Daily page, where you can also subscribe.

A big thank you to all these wonderful readers!


Eric May 27, 2011 at 9:41 am

I’ve noticed, and am very grateful! I recently started getting audiobooks on CD from the local library to use on my daily commute, but have been very upset about the way my fellow citizens have maintained these assets (lots of scratches and so lost audio). Yes, an example of the tragedy of the commons… In any case, I am now listening to “Man, Economy, and State” on my own CD’s burned after downloading the mp3′s. I was pleased to see the release of several more parts of chapter 4, and am happily awaiting the rest.

Plastic Surgery Marketing Guy May 27, 2011 at 11:25 am

Thats the drawback of a CD, it gets damaged with use (bad use).
Better stream them down to a portable player (ipod or similar).

Stephan Kinsella May 28, 2011 at 3:50 pm

This is so awesomely heroic. If only Rothbard and Mises could have seen this.

nate-m May 28, 2011 at 3:56 pm

Makes me wonder how all this media could be produced without using the the government to force artificial scarcity through threats of fines and imprisonment.


Stephan Kinsella May 29, 2011 at 6:53 am

how did you or I even comment here without being offered money!

ericg May 29, 2011 at 9:43 am

Thank you so much for these. I don’t have a lot of time to read Mises.org, but the audio podcasts brighten my commutes, workouts, and hikes. I’ve listened to nearly every piece of audio posted to Mises.org over the past five years! They have changed my view of the world.

Even though I’ve now heard Murray Rothbard’s inimitable voice (and laugh) many times, I still associate him with Jeff Riggenbach, as it was through Jeff’s voice that I first encountered Rothbard’s words. I remember that in the old days, just about everything was read by either Jeff or Floy Lilley. The new team is doing a fantastic job. Paul Strikwerda is a particularly great fit for German-speaking authors.

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