Vinyl isn’t the only old-school music format making a comeback; sales of audio cassette tapes are up 31% as of late.
In this exclusive Q&A, Rock it Out! Blog host Sami Jarroush chats with Steve Stepp, the president of National Audio Company, which is the largest manufacturer and distributor of cassette tapes in the United States. Stepp explains the reason for the cassette tapes’ resurgence, the company’s role in Cassette Store Day, and how portable tape players are much easier to find in stores now more than ever.
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