NASCAR offers free 20-minute Daytona 500 preview via Apple’s iTunes Store

Available now via Apple’s iTunes Store, “NASCAR has put together a free, 20-minute preview of this year’s Daytona 500, which will be run on Sunday and can be seen on NBC. Also worthy of note is that it is placing this in the category of ‘NASCAR 2006 Races’ which could imply that further content could be forthcoming for the remainder of the long season, which runs through November. How much content will remain to be seen, but this is an interesting use of the technology,” Radical Bender reports for TuneVision.

Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews reader “Radical Bender” himself for the heads up.]

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MacDailyNews Note: We’ve taken to calling Apple’s iTunes Music Store, “iTunes Store” — dropping the “Music” when discussing video content. We don’t know what else to do since Apple’s virtual outlet becomes increasingly misnamed with each passing day. Might we suggest “iTunes Media Store” or something a bit more appropriate, Apple? We’ll all be able to absorb the change and we promise not to stop coming if you refine the name a bit.

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17 Comments

  1. I don’t get the NASCAR lifestyle.

    But Turd Ferguson wants to know if they have any money.

    I think they do spend what little they do on anything NASCAR related.

    Heck, their idea of a retirement plan is PowerBall.

    Yes, something tells me NASCAR people spent a lot of money on NASCAR stuff.

    Cha Ching Apple. Cash in on that cow.

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