Champs-Elysées Audio Magazines

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Champs-Elysées Audio Magazines was a language learning company that produced audio books and audio magazines for intermediate- to advanced-skill-level speakers of French, Spanish, German, and Italian. Interviews with prominent figures of European culture were conducted by a network of native European journalists and form the basis of the company's audio magazine content, produced on Compact Disc and cassette with printed booklet.

The company was founded in 1983 and is composed of Champs-Elysées Inc. (U.S.) and Champs-Elysées Ltd (UK). The group operates under the Champs-Elysées Audio Magazines brand name.

As of June 2010, its official website stated that, due to financial reasons, it had suspended operations.[1]

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