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Once-reliable US sports publishing market hits heavy decline

Stacks of For The Good Of The Game, the memoir earlier this year by Bud Selig, Major League Baseball commissioner emeritus. The long-awaited book received mixed reviews and failed to capture a major national audience, in part serving as an example of the tough market in the US for sports titles (Fox Sports Arizona)

Sales of sports titles have been drowned out in the US, in part by rabid consumer interest in political titles. Dennis Tuttle looks at the reasons behind this and what editors are doing to turn the tables.

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