Jul 19, WASHINGTON, DC—July 19, —The eBook phenomenon continued in with eBooks ranking, for the first time, as the year’s top. May 15, The annual survey, known as BookStats, was compiled by two trade in revenues in compared with , increasing to $ million. Aug 9, BookStats, a large survey conducted by two major trade groups, revealed that The survey does not include sales data from , a year of.
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Book Sales Fell 2.5% in 2011
Total book sales fell 2. Unit sales rose, however, up 3. The increase in the sale of e-books was the major story in With the growth in e-book sales offsetting declines in print, total sales in the trade segment inched ahead, up 0.
The report shows the extent of the impact e-books had on the adult fiction segment last year. Sales through all bricks-and-mortar stores fell To subscribe, click here.
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