U2's new song, "Invisible," will premiere during this year's Super Bowl in a commercial that will launch the band's new partnership with (RED) and Bank of America. The new agreement will reportedly raise over $10 million to fight AIDS.
After its debut, "Invisible" will be available on iTunes[apple.com] as a free download during the game and for the next 24 hours. Bank of America will donate $1 for each download of the song (up to $2 million) to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria – a service that provides treatment, medicine and prevention services to the populations of the world's poorest countries. Currently, one of the primary goals of (RED) – which U2 frontman Bono cofounded in 2006 with Bobby Shriver – and the Global Fund is to eradicate mother-to-child transmission of HIV by 2015.
I just saw this when logging onto my BOA account page. The BOA information as well as the RED info indicates that they will donate..."For every download between 6 PM EST on 2/2/14 through 11:59 PM EST 2/3/14...."
Convert it to what? All iTunes music is AAC (part of MPEG-4 and more highly regarded than MP3) and there hasn't been DRM in years. If your device can't play iTunes music files, your device is the problem.
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