pybrid

[pahy-brid]

 

noun

 

       1. the offspring of spoken and written word content combined for entertainment purposes.

       2. a hybrid of a podcast and a book.

As used in a sentence:

 

​She says she can’t wait to download the latest pybrid so she can listen to it and read it on the plane.

or:

Pybrids were invented to help monetize book publishing by creating recurring revenue streams via subscription models or dynamic ad insertion, and reach the younger generation of readers/listeners who multitask while consuming media.

Origin of pybrid: First recorded in 2018, invented by author and podcasting software executive Jimmy Gleacher. Pybrid is derived from the Latin words päd kast, and liber, a crossbreed of forms of digital media. 

Synonyms for pybrid: N/A 

Examples of pybrids on the web: THE BAD DEACON