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TouchTunes and Sony Enter Into Agreement for Digital Jukeboxes

(CelebrityAccess News Service) — TouchTunes Music Corporation, the world's leading provider of interactive music-on-demand digital jukeboxes, has entered into an agreement with Sony Music to include Sony Music recordings in its digital jukeboxes. This agreement will provide TouchTunes' digital jukebox customers with the ability to hear some of their favorite music from Sony Music's vast catalogue ranging across many music genres, including tracks by such artists as Beyonce, Celine Dion, John Mayer, Montgomery Gentry, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, among many others.

Included in this agreement is repertoire from Sony Discos. A leader in Latin music, Sony Discos repertoire includes songs from the genre's outstanding artists, including Ana Gabriel, Chayanne, La India, and Sin Bandera, to name just a few.

"We are pleased to extend the reach of our artists through TouchTunes digital jukeboxes," remarked Philip Wiser, chief technology officer, Sony Music Entertainment. "Sony Music remains a strong supporter of legitimate online music services, and by finalizing agreements with providers such as TouchTunes we grow closer to making our catalogue available to music fans wherever and whenever they want to hear great music."

"We are very pleased to have entered into this significant agreement with Sony Music. The addition of Sony Music content will be beneficial to our customers. With this agreement TouchTunes now has licenses with each of the five major labels which solidifies TouchTunes' position as the leader in the industry," said John Perrachon, CEO and president of TouchTunes. "TouchTunes presently has in excess of 7,000 digital jukeboxes installed and, with the continued support of the record labels and the cutting-edge technological features of our products, we expect to continue our penetration into the jukebox industry." –Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen