The Times gives music from iTunes | Macitynet.it
The promotion that aims to publicize Apple's music offer and that of Audible's audio books to readers of the Times of London (visible online by subscription) was taken.
Together with the Saturday 16 July issue of the Times newspaper, they told him "The Knowledge" and "SoundsEasy" (30 pages dedicated to digital music) explaining how to download five free songs from iTunes a week and this will continue for another seven weeks. From Audible also free audiobooks (in English of course) for four weeks, this gives Patrick O?Brian's ?Master and Commander? and is narrated for all 4 hours and 23 minutes by Robert Hardy.
Audible audiobooks would also be available for free by accessing the online version of the Times.
Universal Music together with iTunes Music Store UK have started this special offer, certainly very pleasing to Her Majesty's subjects.
This week "The Longer We're Apart" by Lucie Silvas, "I Ain't Saying My Goodbyes" by Tom Vek, "Jump" by The Faders, "Father and Mother Figure" by Martin Grech and "The Catwalk" by Frank Popp Ensemble.
An example that should also be imitated abroad.