Wednesday, April 19, 2006

In the Mix: Pimp My Ride, Alias, The Apprentice, General Mills

  • The upcoming season of MTV’s “Pimp My Ride” will incorporate iPods into more than a third of its transformations, including “a 1990 Toyota Celica outfitted with an iPod hookup that includes a ridiculously capacious two-terabyte hard drive—enough space to play music for more than a year without repeating a song,” according to The Washington Post.
  • Apple has added ABC’s “Alias“ (seasons 4 and 5) and NBC’s “The Apprentice” (season 5) to the iTunes Music Store.
  • General Mills is now giving away free iTunes song downloads inside cereal boxes as part of its Big Groove promotion. For a limited time, specially marked boxes of General Mills cereals—including Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Cookie Crisp and Cinnamon Toast Crunch—have a 12-digit code that can be redeemed for one free song from the iTunes Music Store. The company says that 1 in 10 boxes wins 5 bonus songs.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Rob said...

Regarding the "Pimp My Ride" post they have a great game now online at http://carcloseups.mtv.co.uk/.

May 04, 2006 1:44 AM  

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