Dublin firm to take on iTunes and Netflix

A new Dublin company is finalising a €5 million investment to launch an entertainment platform that it claims will rival Netflix and iTunes. Digital Jet plans to launch its online service next mon

8th January, 2012

A new Dublin company is finalising a €5 million investment to launch an entertainment platform that it claims will rival Netflix and iTunes.

Digital Jet plans to launch its online service next month, allowing users to buy music, films, games, e-books and build a personalised library of content. Niall O'Neill, chief executive of Digital Jet, said the company already had deals with several major film and music companies, as well as publishers of games and...

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