TouchTunes Music Corporation provides interactive, music-on-demand, digital downloading jukeboxes to the coin operated machine industry across the United States. It is also involved in the digital distribution of music content to interactive, music-on-demand applications. The company’s music-on-demand application, ‘digital jukeboxes’, utilizes digitally compressed audio technology to distribute music titles through a distribution network. It is also developing technology for other music on demand applications. The company offers its digital jukeboxes to the jukebox operators, as well as provides additional music services. As of September 30, 2005, it played approximately 30 million songs to ...
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Founded in 1990
Touchtunes Music Corporation Names Ross Honey as New President and Chief Operating Officer
Jan 25 16
TouchTunes Music Corporation named Ross Honey as its new President and Chief Operating Officer. Based in New York, Honey will assume responsibility for sales, marketing, engineering, product management, music, the company’s Attract Media advertising group, and other core operating functions. He will report directly to Charles Goldstuck, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TouchTunes. Honey joins TouchTunes from Microsoft where he has spent the last ten years in an array of leadership roles in content, product management, and advertising, including serving as General Manager of Xbox Advertising and Entertainment. Prior to Microsoft, Honey was the Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at Scholastic Media, the TV, film and software division of Scholastic Inc. Before that, he was a management consultant in the media & entertainment practice of Booz-Allen & Hamilton.
TouchTunes Reportedly Explores Sale
Sep 2 14
TouchTunes Music Corporation whose investors include 3i Group plc (LSE:III) and VantagePoint Capital Partners is reportedly exploring a sale that could fetch roughly $500 million. TouchTunes is working with investment bank Moelis & Co to help find a buyer. There is probably no strategic buyer for the company so it will likely be sold to a private equity firm, one of the people familiar with the matter told Reuters. A spokeswoman for Moelis declined to comment, while a representative from TouchTunes did not immediately respond to a request for comment.