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BEA 2015: More for Consumers, Less for Trade

Posted at 8:39AM Tuesday 17 Jun 2014

After rumors at BookExpo America last month that things would be different next year, BEA event director Steve Rosato has confirmed that in 2015 the trade portion of the show will be slightly truncated, while the consumer portion is expanding.

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