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NOVEMBER 20, 2006: Stories from the November, 2006, Ahead of the Times (Music & Games edition) email news dispatch…
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 11, November 2006

IAAPA Sees Lighter Traffic, More Coin-Op Exhibitors

Many New Products Debut At Atlanta Show

Global Associations Ponder Action Against Redemption Copies

Three More States Pass Statewide Smoking Bans
Services Held For AAMA Cofounder Joe Robbins



NOVEMEMBER 13, 2006: Stories from the Ahead of the Times (Music & Games edition) email news dispatch…
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 11, November 2006

Tim Jackson, Longtime Industry Sales Pro, Dies At 45

Two Industry Trade Press Figures Also Meet Early Demise

Arizona Operators Begin Forming State Association

IALEI To Co-Produce “Code Adam” Video; Seeks 2007 Speakers

AAMA Begins Lining Up PR Team; Sets 2007 Gala Dates

Leslie Murphy To Exit NDA Leadership Post

AMOA Plans Washington, DC, Lobbying Trip

European Court Reverses Greek Amusements Ban

What’s New: Ecast; Face Place; Incredible Technologies; Merit; Namco Bandai; Sega; Smart; Stern; TouchTunes



AUGUST 17 NEWS: Raw Thrills, Play Mechanix Merge; Florida Jury Approves Adult Redemption; Merit Organizes Raids; AAMA President Forecast
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 8, August 2006
Stories from the August 17, 2006, Ahead of the Times (Music & Games edition) email news dispatch…Raw Thrills Inc. and Play Mechanix Inc. completed a merger last month…A jury took four hours to acquit operator Gale Fontaine of Tropicana Rec Room, and president of the Florida Arcade Association, of illegal gambling charges…Authorities in the Republic of China have carried out raids on several manufacturing operations making counterfeit copies of Merit Entertainment games…An upbeat story about the arcade industry appeared in the August 15 edition of the Chicago Daily Herald

AUGUST 14, 2006: Illinois To Pay Court Costs To Home Video Game Industry; Verdict Expected Today In Florida Gaming Arcades Trial; ICMOA Broadband Seminar; Target To Sell Mini-Jukebox; VNEA Charter Holders Workshop
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 8, August 2006

JUNE 5, 2006: Lower CD Rates Possible In Future, Says AMOA Official; Global VR Finalizes UltraCade Purchase; Photo-Me Inc. Acknowledges Potential Suitor; Stinger Report Moves To Free Subscription Model; Downloading Jukes Make Wall Street Journal, Again
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 6, June 2006

JUNE 1, 2006: AMOA Launches Online PR Campaign; Suzo-Happ Acquires Mazzco; NC House Votes To Ban Poker By 2007; AP Discovers Downloading Jukeboxes
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 6, June 2006

 



MAY 26, 2006: Operators In Good Shape, Say Industry’s Leading Financiers; Video Sales Boost Sega-Sammy Profits; In NC; Poker’s Chief Political Ally Proposes Phase-Out; Video Violence Update: MD, LA, OK; Game Exchange of Colorado Opens Facility
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

MAY 10, 2006: AMOA Releases 2005 Jukebox Market Survey; Iowa TouchPlay Shutdown; Coinstar Restructures Crane, Bulk Ops; Myrtle Beach Spotlight Show; E3 Show Highlights Online Game Shift; AMOA Expands Staff; Ecast Expands Technical Support Staff
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

MAY 3, 2006: Iowa TouchPlay Cliffhanger Happening Today; NDA Vegas Finals Draw TV Coverage; North Carolina Poker Crackdown Expands; Hundreds Of Players Cited In Texas Eight-Liner Raid
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

APRIL, 28 2006: One Iowa TouchPlay Lawsuit Thrown Out; Cole Confirmed As AMOA’s Next President; Chuck E. Cheese’s Sees Bigger Gross, Smaller Net; Oklahoma Lawmakers OK Video Violence Bill; Smoking Ban Defeated in SC
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

APRIL, 21 2006: Gas Prices Expected To Hurt Cashboxes; Louisiana Video Poker Expansion Fails; Arkansas Smoking Ban Takes Effect July 7; AP Story Sees Possible ‘Death Spiral’ For Arcades; Settlement Reached In ICT, MEI Lawsuit
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

APRIL, 14 2006: NJ Statewide Smoking Ban Begins At Midnight; Compromise Mulled As More Operators Sue Iowa; Coinstar Offers iTunes Music Gift Cards; First-Ever RFID-Based Arcade Games Set For Preview
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

APRIL 7, 2006: Mars Pacts To Sell MEI Conlux; Golden Tee LIVE Kits Now Available; Federal Judge Strikes Down Michigan’s Violent Game Law; Operator Sues Iowa Over TouchPlay Ban; Major Eight-Liner Raid In Texas; Stern Pinball Announces Production Schedule
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 5, May 2006

MARCH 30, 2006: U.S. Senate, Missouri Slam Violent Games; FEC Is One Of U.S.A.’s Largest; Iowa Ops Seek Delay On Touch-Play Ban; AAMCF Raises $30,000+ For Charities; HBI Sets June 15 Charity Golf Outing; Fed. & State Governments Oppose Violent Video
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 4, April 2006

MARCH 24, 2006: ASI Returns To Vegas; U.S. Department Of Commerce Investigates Copy Games; Illinois Supreme Court Stays Chi Ordinance; Nat'l Dart Assoc. Plans Denver Summit; Wolverine American Expands
Issue: Vol. 46, No. 4, April 2006

Sept. 14, 2005: AAMCF Creates Relief Fund, Firestone Supports; FEC Pioneer Tom McAuliffe Dies At 57; Peavey Sound Expert To Answer Questions At Expo
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Sept. 9, 2005: Play Meter Plans To Publish October Issue; Betson, Employees To Send $21,500 For Hurricane Relief; TouchTunes To Match Operators' Relief Program Donations; Cell Phones, Coke Venders To Download Music
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Sept. 8, 2005: IT To Match AMOA Hurricane Relief Donations; Rowe Licenses NSM Patents; D&B's Posts 2Q Loss; CORRECTION: Ecast Clarifies Latin Music Catalog
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Sept. 7, 2005: Sega-Sammy To Consolidate U.S. Subsidiaries, Split Stock; NSM To Support Consent Decree, Says Reuters; Barden Plans 'Digital Video Jukebox' With CEO Pankus; Manufacturer News: Rock-Ola, Ecast, View Interactive
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Sept. 6, 2005: AAMA Intends Long-Term Hurricane Relief Plan; Gulf Coast Trade Members Check In, Slowly; Ecast Backs U.S. Consent Decree Regarding NSM; Merit Changes Company Name
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Sept. 2, 2005: AMOA Addresses Hurricane Devastation; BMI Weighs In On iPod Controversy; Rock-Ola Previews Expo Plans; IAMOA President Smythe Resigns
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

Aug. 26, 2005: CD Format Will End, Predicts Warner Label; D&B's To Convert Jillian's To Parent Brand; Tsunami Builds 'Fast And The Furious' Motion Version; TouchTunes Plans Juke Giveaway At AMOA Expo; Ecast's 'Downloaders Lounge' Returns
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

August 23, 2005: Taito To Merge With Square Enix; Elaut Buys Equity Stake In Monduce; Manufacturers News: IT, Valley-VNEA, Triotech, UltraCade, JVL and Tsunami Visual
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 8, August 2005

August 19, 2005: Rowe Downloads Wide-Ranging Software Update To Jukeboxes On AMI Network
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 9, September 2005

August 16, 2005: Betson To Open Chicago Branch; 'Big Buck Hunter Professional'; Carrara Exits Lazer-Tron For Pace-O-Matic; IT, Valley-Dynamo Summits; UltraCade, Tecway Pact For Redemption; ESPN-TV Spotlights NDA Championship
Issue: Vol. 45, No. 8, August 2005

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