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Cash Box

Cash Box was an American periodical published for the music and coin-operated machine industries. As time went on, the emphasis of the magazine shifted from jukeboxes and coin-operated machines in general to hit recordings, recording artists, and the record industry.

Publication History

Cash Box began publishing in 1942 as "The Cash Box". No issue or contribution copyright renewals exist for this magazine (though renewals would be automatic for content published after 1963 with copyright notice). It ceased publication in 1996. "Cashbox" was revived in 2006 as an occasional online publication "with the consent and cooperation of the family of George Albert, the late president and publisher of the original 1950s edition", according to that publication's website.

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