IT&E has extended its song challenge deadline to Sept. 6 due to popular demand, according to a press release.
Musicians on Guam and the CNMI have until Friday at midnight to compose and submit a song about the telecommunications company and mobile technology to win up to $7,000 in cash and prizes.
Contestants must be 18 years old or older, the release states. Entries will be judged based on universal appeal, originality, lyrics, melody, composition and relevance to theme, IT&E brand and IT&E products.
To enter in the contest, go to www.ite.net, fill out the registration form, upload the song – which can be no more than five minutes long – along with a 60-second version and a 30-second version.