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June 13, 1990 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the same old story--or, in this case, the same old music video. You tune into MTV or VH-1 to catch your favorite video and find yourself quickly tuning out after you OD on rap, heavy metal and New Kids on the Block videos. What if there was a cable network that allowed the viewers to program the videos? Meet the Jukebox Network, what its backers call the first interactive cable-TV network. With a $3 phone call, you can pick the video you want to see.
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June 13, 1990 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the same old story--or, in this case, the same old music video. You tune into MTV or VH-1 to catch your favorite video and find yourself quickly tuning out after you OD on rap, heavy metal and New Kids on the Block videos. What if there was a cable network that allowed the viewers to program the videos? Meet the Jukebox Network, what its backers call the first interactive cable-TV network. With a $3 phone call, you can pick the video you want to see.
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March 14, 1995 | From Reuters
Video Jukebox Network Inc., an interactive music video service known to its viewers as "The Box," plans a leap from the television screen to the computer screen to further its global ambitions, its chief executive said. The supplier of interactive music programming to cable and broadcast television will set in motion a plan to digitize its music delivery system so that computer users can call up videos on their PC screens.
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