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.

Katy Perry drops “Rise” exclusively on Apple Music ahead of 2016 Summer Olympics

Apple Music, which celebrated its first anniversary last month, now lets subscribers listen to Katy Perry’s first new single in two years, “Rise”. The song, which Perry wrote herself, is described by The Entertainment Weekly as “an uplifting track with a dash of electronic influence,” with the music video containing scenes from the NBC Olympics. NBC will play the song …

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Adele’s 25 album finally says ‘Hello’ to streaming sites

After making its debut in November 2015, Adele’s third studio album 25 is now available for streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Prime, and Tidal. The enormously popular 25, which has become the fastest-selling album of the twenty-first century, was not made available on streaming music services initially, as Adele argued at the time of its release that this represented a “disposable” …

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It’s National Donut Day! Celebrate with a FREE donut from Krispy Kreme

It’s National Donut Day! The Salvation Army started the tradition in 1938 after serving donuts to American troops during World War I. Since then, the holiday has been held the first Friday every June. Stop by your local Krispy Kreme location for a free powdered, filled or hot Original Glazed donut. The promotion, which includes some international stores, & excludes …

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Chick-fil-A is giving away free sandwiches when you download the new app

Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches have a big following. So when the chain announces a promotion for a free sandwich, restaurant customers typically can’t say no to the deal. Starting today, Chick-fil-A will be giving away a Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Chicken Sandwich or Grilled Chicken Sandwich to restaurant customers who download the latest version of the Chick-fil-A app and sign up …

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Twitter announces it will stop counting ‘media’ and ‘@names’ within 140 character limit

In perhaps the biggest change to its service since its inception, Twitter on Tuesday announced a bunch of changes meant to distance itself from the controversial 140-character-per-tweet rule. As previously rumored, media links generated by attaching photos, animated GIFs, videos, polls, quoted tweets and direct messages—along with @names in replies—will no longer count toward the limit. Other changes include the …

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Rovio asks movie audiences to turn on their smartphones during the closing credits

Rovio and Sony Pictures’ heavily promoted 3D animated comedy, “The Angry Birds Movie”, is hitting theaters tomorrow, Friday, May 20. Working closely with Sony, Rovio created an innovative integration that lets movie-goers unlock a special game level, Piggy Island, along with an exclusive clip simply by turning on the Angry Birds Action mobile game during the closing credits. “Movie Magic …

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