Burger King announced Thursday that it will make its music free through its promotions program.
The new program, Burger King Music Free, will give the fast-food chain a small share of the profits from radio and TV advertising it posts.
This week, the company will announce a new program dubbed “Burger King Music Day,” which offers fans free access to its stations, including Burger King.
The free music day is expected to launch this month, and it will give fans access to the stations’ digital playlists, including the top hits of past years.
The program will offer free music for the first time since 2011.
Burger King has previously offered free music, but only to the most devoted fans.
To date, more than 200 million people have subscribed to the program.
In addition to the music, Burger Kings entertainment department has created the “Burge the Biscuit” music video, featuring the voice of the Burger King mascot.
Burger Kings also announced Thursday the company is offering new promotions and promotions events to fans.
The new promotions will run from June 11 to July 5 and include new promotions, a free Burger King Burger King-branded breakfast sandwich and free-to-play games, as well as other special events.
The Burger King program will run for a year.
The company says that, while it is an important milestone for Burger Kings, it will be “a gradual transition.”