The Harry Fox Agency has entered into a licensing agreement with AMI Entertainment, a new pay-for-play digital-jukebox service targeting bars, restaurants and other businesses.

The Harry Fox Agency has entered into a licensing agreement with AMI Entertainment, a new pay-for-play digital-jukebox service targeting bars, restaurants and other businesses.

AMI is a subsidiary of leading jukebox manufacturer Rowe International Corp.

Under the agreement, HFA will provide licensing for songs from its more than 27,000 affiliated music publishers.

AMI will provides businesses with broadband-connected "jukeboxes" -- essentially special-purpose PCs with color touch-screens -- that allow users to search for digital songs by title, artist, album or genre.