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BrowseAmp for iTunes?

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So I work in an office where all 20 of us are on Mac's and all use iTunes.
We have a great speaker setup in the office that is currently connected to a PC running windows and WinAmp. (Office Jukebox)!
We all access the 'office jukebox' using Safari and BrowseAmp.
We can add, delete, cue songs into the playlist. We can search for songs etc.

However it makes no sense that we use a PC running windows and winamp to do this.

Is there a Mac or iTunes equivalent? Some sort of web interface we can all use to control the one itunes thats connected to our speakers?
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