Streaming media provider Streamjack has released its streaming jukebox software. The New York-based company said the software, called Streamjack Music 1.0, enables people to listen to MP3, Real Audio or Windows Media music files.
With the software, people can manage their own music collections through a password-protected Web site, searching a collection by artist, album or song title. Streamjack said people can download their tunes onto a PC that has Internet connection and a media player. Streamjack Music is sold as a yearly subscription, according to the company.