HighBridge is a leading publisher of spoken-word audio. Started by Minnesota Public Radio to produce and distribute recordings of Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, HighBridge was incorporated in the early 1980s. HighBridge's catalog has expanded over the years to include New York Times bestselling fiction and nonfiction, Oprah’s Book Club® titles, National Public Radio compilations, and more.
With roots in public radio, HighBridge has always been a stickler for quality. HighBridge recordings frequently win awards, including Grammy® Awards, Audie Awards from the Audio Publishers Association, and Listen Up Awards from Publishers Weekly. HighBridge consistently earns Earphones Awards from AudioFile magazine. HighBridge also has Pulitzer Prize–, Man Booker Prize–, and Scotiabank Giller Prize–winning authors on its list.
Over the years, HighBridge has built a reputation among booksellers and audiophiles as one of the highest-quality audio publishers in the industry.