LAS VEGAS -- In addition to its main exhibit at Amusement Expo next week, AMI Entertainment Network Inc. said that it is erecting a separate booth to assist operators with Ecast service issues.
AMI technical experts will staff booth No. 304 to answer questions about Ecast jukebox services, which officially went offline on March 1. The AMI service booth will be open during the exhibit hours of Amusement Expo in Las Vegas (NV) Convention Center, March 14-16.
More immediately, AMI is expected to begin offering Ecast operators access to its music library. Operators running Ecast services' proprietary jukebox clients connected to the network will [soon] be able subscribe to AMI music at EcastCentral.com, the former provider's operator login page.
Ecast Inc. shut down its jukebox music network on March 1. Four days later, AMI Entertainment announced that it has become a secured creditor of Ecast, and is continuing to provide service on the Ecast network. | SEE STORY
To learn more about Ecast-to-AMI digital jukebox transfers, look for an AMI representative at amientertainment.com.