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Why The Digital Audio Market Didn't Take Off

Posted at 7:32PM Monday 20 Feb 2012

The reasons for the lost audio opportunity were many; Amazon's acquisition of Audible and their retention of the old book club model, the lack of digital content, the cost of production and subsequent high ticket price of audiobooks, rights etc.

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