Headed into its first live show in 2011 summer, NBC's The Voice announced that fan voting for the music competition series will be done through iTunes downloads as well as a toll-free number, mobile application and its website.Songs performed during The Voice's live shows, as has been the norm with the series, will be immediately available on iTunes, and each of the $1.29 downloads counting as a vote for that artist as the show heads toward finding a winner. The NBC and Universal Republic Records deal marks the first time iTunes downloads will count as votes for a singing competition series.
"This new voting opportunity reflects the reality of music lovers who vote everyday for their favorite artists by downloading and purchasing their music," said Paul Telegdy, executive vp alternative programming at NBC and Universal Media Studios.Only during the designated period, votes made will be recorded. Only songs from the live shows downloaded by iTunes will count as votes. Fans can also vote via the show's toll-free number, NBC.com and its NBC Live application.
The Voice's first live show airs Tuesday and will feature a special performance by judges Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green covering Queen. Have you ever imaged that all these songs you download will disappear one day? To prevent this you need to know the method to recover data on iphone.
Recover iTunes Backup Password for iDevices
With this tutorial, you can find locked iTunes backup can be opened and used easily for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch to restore iOS data.
Step 1: Preparation.
Go to landing page of iTunes Password Genius and download its free trial version or get full version. Then install and launch iTunes Password Genius on your PC.
Note: Free trial one only recovers encrypted iTunes backup password containing no more than 3 characters.
Step 2: Add encrypted iTunes backup file.
Click Open button, and iTunes Password Genius would automatically browse iTunes backup file on computer and show it out. It is usually located here:
Windows 10: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup
Windows 8/8.1/7/Vista:C:\Users\~\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup
Then you could import it into iTunes Password Genius. See it in Encrypted File box.