The municipal administration of Philadelphia and the municipal institution Castelmonardo they chose the Vibo publishing house Beroe Edition For give voice to the ancient settlement destroyed by the 1783 earthquake. A source of pride for the publisher Renato Costa who comments emotionally on yet another goal achieved: “I founded Edizioni Beroe with the aim of designing initiatives capable of leaving testimonies and traces wherever it was possible to implement them. The project which will lead to the development of an audio guide which will tell the story of a village so important for the community of Philadelphia adds a further prestigious piece to a path that began last year and which places diction and reading aloud at the center of the cultural events promoted by my brand. This project confirms that good culture is able to offer various job opportunities if you have an open mind. This collaboration is the result of word of mouth, the result of what they are sowing and reaping the experience of Reading Battiti Calabresi and the AudioBook Wave Book Trailer format. I thank you for your trust granted to me by the mayor of Philadelphia, Anna Bartucca, the councilors Liliana Campisano and Masino Diaco, the Castelmonardo municipal institution represented by the president Giuseppe Serraino and the director Loredana Majolo. We thank Fabio Lico for promoting the collaboration and above all the competence and professionalism offered by the voice of the actor Giuseppe Ingoglia, a precious resource from Vibo who deserves even more success than he has achieved so far”.
The production of the audio guide which will also be translated into English is financed with the regional funds of the law of 23 December n. 50.