Retail ‘music machines’ on way

Entertainment accountant Alan McEvoy is behind a multi-million-euro plan to instal more than 300 digital ‘music machines' around the country over the next 12 months.

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Ian Kehoe

29th October, 2005

Entertainment accountant Alan McEvoy is behind a multi-million-euro plan to instal more than 300 digital ‘music machines' around the country over the next 12 months.

Customers will be able to download music and video to computers, MP3 players and mobile phones from the machines, which have yet to be named.

McEvoy, the financial adviser to several Irish celebrities, said a prototype machine would be completed in the next two weeks.

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