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US Audiobook Industry Sees 17 Percent Annual Growth

Posted at 7:38AM Thursday 03 Jul 2014

Audiobook sales are predicted to grow 17 percent annually until 2018 from 12 percent a year from 2008 to 2013 with the product's cheap price and the proliferation of smartphones as the growth drivers.

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