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jukebox

A system for archiving data in which older information is stored on DVDs and accessed by mechanically loading the disks and playing them, much the way conventional coin-operated jukebox played 45-rpm records in mid-20th century.
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13 February 2017 - US-based music and video company AMI Entertainment Network Inc has acquired UK-based digital jukebox manufacturer NSM Music Group Ltd., the company said.
The Digital Jukebox C.A.R 4000 is available now in the UK for the price of GBP799.99.
Rogue traders at a digital jukebox firm, which had a pounds 3m turnover, duped the music industry out of pounds 850,000 over seven years as they distributed copyrighted tunes without permission.
But it's pricey at pounds 500 and a digital jukebox, such as the Creative on this page, will do the same job, and more, for the money.
But now the digital jukebox has a little brother - the iPod mini which can hold up to 1,000 songs and costs just pounds 137 compared to pounds 250-pounds 400 for the bigger version.
Memory Corp has appointed Tatung Co as a US distribution partner for MusicStore, a combined CD player, digital jukebox and Internet music gateway product.
TREO'S new Digital Jukebox MP3 player combines more than six gig of storage with a small-ish case about the size of an old-school tape Walkman.
iTunes, a new digital jukebox software for ripping CDs and managing your MP3 collection, will be free to download from www.
At AMI Entertainment Network makes digital jukeboxes and video systems that deliver music, video and advertising content to 30,000+ locations in North America and Europe.
Potential partners could include; online dating sites, social media companies or companies that have an existing presence in bars today through bar-top gaming machines or digital jukeboxes.
One of my favourite wee pubs in Hamilton has recently installed one of those ultra-modern digital jukeboxes that boasts virtually every track recorded since the 50s.

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