AMI Entertainment Network and East Coast Amusements have united to strengthen the service that East Coast has offered to operators of Ecast digital downloading jukeboxes. Ecast terminated operations last month after 11 years in business, laying off 55 employees.
The alliance confirms AMI’s support for Ecast operators. AMI recently arranged to maintain much of the Ecast network and its Ecast Central secure Website.
It will allow access to a portion of AMI’s extensive library of licensed music to operator subscribers through Ecast Central. No modifications to the Ecast equipment will be necessary.
AMI is presently developing a full software solution to complete the transition from Ecast’s network to its own. This will provide Ecast operators with access to all AMI content, online services and system support.
East Coast, meanwhile, has been a distributor of Ecast parts and services for more than ten years, also repairing Ecast jukeboxes. Its knowledge of Ecast’s technology has been enhanced by its role as an Ecast design partner.
At its peak four years ago, Ecast served 10,000 jukeboxes online. Since then, the number has fallen by 30-40 percent.
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