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British music hardware startup Electric Jukebox says it has raised $14 million and plans to go public next year

LONDON — Electric Jukebox, the British music hardware startup that makes a television set-top box for music streaming, says it plans to go public in the first half of 2018. The company makes a box that plugs into televisions which lets you use your television to navigate a music streaming service. The device costs £199 and doesn't require a monthly subscription. It has raised $14 million and claims it's going to IPO Electric Jukebox said that it has raised $14 million (£10.
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