Justin Heintz

Hi there! Justin is currently 23 years old and was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the Digital Media Director for 88.7 The Pulse.

Samsung shares results of Galaxy Note7 investigation

Samsung on Monday held a press conference to share results of its investigation into Note 7 fires that forced the South Korean firm to temporarily recall and eventually permanently discontinue its supposed iPhone killer. For starters, the original battery made by Samsung SDI was irregularly sized and had a flaw in the upper right corner that could cause a short circuit. A third-party battery made by Amperex Technology was used in replacement Note 7 units, but …

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Pizza Hut kicks off 2017 with 50% discount on Pizza’s until Jan 9th

Pizza Hut is kicking off the new year with a 50-percent discount on pies ordered online or by app through Jan. 9, the company said. Plano, Texas-based Pizza Hut’s half-off discount continues a tradition of new-year deals. The chain greeted 2016 by introducing a “$5 Flavor Menu.” “The weeks after the holiday season can be financially tight for many, ” …

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Support your future workforce with an EVIT tax credit donation

Did you know that you can help students at the East Valley Institute of Technology and reduce your tax liability at the same time? The East Valley Institute of Technology qualifies for Arizona’s Public School Extracurricular Activity Tax Credit program. It works like this:  Individual taxpayers contribute up to $200, married couples up to $400, in a tax credit donation …

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Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik release surprise duet, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” for Fifty Shades Darker

We don’t have to wait until 2017 to get new music from Taylor Swift. The country-turned-pop-superstar has surprised her fans with a brand new song titled “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” which she recorded in collaboration with Zayn Malik for the “Fifty Shades Darker” soundtrack. On Thursday night, December 8, Taylor shared the artwork and the snippet of the track …

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How to generate your best nine Instagram photos of 2016

If you’re an avid Instagram user, you’ve probably seen your friends post their “best nine” Instagram photos of the year. If you’re wanting to generate your own (presumably less liked) best nine, just head over to 2016BestNine.com, enter your Instagram user name, and see which pictures got the most love this year. The site also tells you how many cumulative …

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Listen to 2016 with DJ Earworm’s United State of Pop 2016 Mashup

2016 was an interesting year for the music industry. New artists emerged such as Young MA. with her hit “OOOUUU”, while others changed styles such as The Weeknd’s shift into R&B/Soul with his new album, “Starboy.” They say when words fail, music speaks, and that’s exactly the mindset DJ Earworm had while creating his spectacular United State of Pop 2016 music …

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Joey Logano Steals Win At Phoenix Following Chaotic Finish

Joey Logano, driver of the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford came into Phoenix International Raceway needing a good finish in order to secure himself a spot in NASCAR’s Championship Four. After Sunday’s Can-Am 500, Logano came away with just that, as he emerged from Phoenix victorious, making himself one of four drivers who will compete for the NASCAR Sprint Cup …

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Freebies for Veterans on Veteran’s Day

Here’s a list of free services, deals and discounts being offered today to say “Thanks” to our Veterans for their service. 88.7 The Pulse wants to THANK all veterans or active-service military for your service. If you plan to use any of these discounts, please call ahead just to verify participating locations. To claim these freebies and deals most will require proof of …

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New AIA Penalty Promotes Football Player Safety

Throughout the past several years, one of the hot topics surrounding every level of football has become player safety. Through professional, college, and now high school football, league officials have been taking steps toward promoting player safety on a regular basis, based on a deliberate increase in football-related injuries, according to the NCAA. In Arizona high school football, the AIA …

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