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Audio Book Club, based in Boca Raton, Fla., made its debut last month through advertisements that ran in People, the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
Audio Book Club spokesman Joseph Grabowski, who ran the Doubleday Book Clubs for seven years, told PW, "The impetus came from the marketplace" and from the continued growth of audio.
"My sense is that the timing is right," Grabowski continued, but he hoped that people "who have already accepted this [audio] format will find it convenient to make purchases at home."
Conditions for membership are similar to those offered by traditional book clubs. According to the advertisements, Audio Book Club …