Muzak


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Muzak

™ recorded light music played in shops, restaurants, factories, etc., to entertain, increase sales or production, etc.
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In 2011, Muzak was purchased by Mood Media who, in turn, also purchased DMX, a Texas-based company that also provided music for cable and satellite television networks, including DirecTV.
Paul Flynn, trainer of Boxer Beat He ran well to be second in this race last year and is on much better terms with Muzak.
Also in connection with the closing of the Muzak Acquisition, Mood Media completed a private placement of 5,396,015 common shares at a subscription price of $2.
Mood Media uses an internet-based system that Muzak will now also use.
To paraphrase that Barry Manilow tune, "Can't Smile Without Muzak.
This tune is Muzak proper, and a grocery store--not a Walkman, a ghetto blaster, or a private home--is the place to find it.
A backlash against MUZAK began in the 1950 when some people accused MUZAK of brainwashing and it was even challenged in court.
By the way, I liked your muzak -- do you know what it was?
2 mins Left holding with a mechanical and repetitious recorded apology and irritating country and western muzak Overall Score.
HOTEL guests are having to put up with too much muzak, massive phone bills and over-elaborate menus, says a new guide.
The score by Rodion Shchedrin is from Bizet's opera, cut-and-paste Muzak with percussive enhancements.
GE Capital, Restructuring Finance today announced it is sole collateral agent for a $109 million cash flow plan of reorganization credit facility for Muzak, a leading provider of music and sensory branding services for businesses.