Fans can also register to win a trip to the San Diego Comic-Con, which will takes place in July. The executive producers of Lost, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, use the Comic-Con show to inform the media and fans of upcoming developments.
Lost fans maintain high interest in even the tiniest clue related to the show. But the inclusion of this game on the site adds a bit more interaction than just reading blogs and scouring the Internet for spoilers. Plus, a "watch the episode" and "buy the DVD" link that pepper the game page, encourages even more action, which is exactly what the producers want.
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A new Web site is streaming free music, including songs by Sony/BMG artists, with 10-second advertisements between songs. Fans do have to pay if they want to download tracks.
Disney launched a new label last week, Disneynature, and the trailer for the first film, Earth, was posted online.
Coldplay is offering fans a chance to download its new single, "Violet Hill," for free for one week, before it is released to digital retailers.
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