- The jukebox: America's music machine. Gustaitis, J. // American History Illustrated;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p44
Reports how one hundred years after the first jukebox captured America's fancy, coin-operated record players are enjoying renewed popularity. History; Past and present models; Current demand.
- NEW SERVICES. // Music Week;6/18/2011, Issue 24, p10
The article reports on the launch of Diner Jukebox, a music player, in Great Britain in 2011.
- NSM suite of application-specific jukeboxes. // Computers in Libraries;Jun97, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p70
Announces that NSM Jukebox has extended its family of CD jukeboxes by introducing its Satellite read/write jukebox. Features; Cost; Vendor contact information.
- Wurlitzer Lyra. // Stuff;Jul2011, Issue 148, p14
The article offers brief information on the Wurlitzer Lyra digital jukebox from Wurlitzer Jukebox Co.
- The jukebox. Botts, Rick // Popular Mechanics;Jun95, Vol. 172 Issue 6, p74
Traces the development of jukeboxes. Thomas Edison's invention of the phonograph in 1877; Louis Glass' invention of the coin-operated phonograph; Impact of the invention of the radio; North Tonawanda, New York-base Wurlitzer's production of styled jukeboxes in the 1930s and 1940s; Decline of...
- Put another nickel in. Boehlert, Eric // Billboard;11/1/94 Supplement, Vol. 106 Issue 44, p93
Focuses on the impact of coin-operated music machine in the music business. Popularity of jukebox machines; Thomas Edison's invention of the phonograph; Debut of the electronically amplified multiselection phonograph; Wurlitzer Model 1015 as the most popular jukebox of all time; Development of...
- Personal picks. // U.S. News & World Report;11/14/94, Vol. 117 Issue 19, p79
Offers recommendations from historian and collector Charley Hummel on buying a jukebox. Wurlitzer Model 1015; Seeburg Model M100C; A.M.I. Model Continental II; Rock-Ola Model Regis 1495.
- PIE AND A PINT. // Music Week;10/10/2009, Issue 39, p14
The article lists the top most played songs in jukeboxes including "American Pie," by Don McLean, "I Don't Feel Like Dancin," by Scissor Sisters and "Islands in the Stream, by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton.
- Video jukebox ads reach customers at point-of-sale. // Marketing News;11/9/1984, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p8
The article discusses the video jukebox which merges the jukebox of the 1950s with 1980s video technology. Startime is a coin-operated, preprogrammable entertainment unit that allows customers to make personal selections of music videos they want played. Advertising possibilities for the...