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GRAMMY PERFORMANCES:
THE CONUNDRUM
Conundrum: a confusing and difficult problem or question. (1/18a)
SONG REVENUE CHART:
THE SEQUEL
Halsey's a trend-breaker. (1/18a)
HITS LIST: TRENDING
LIKE CATS & DOGS
These 10 luminaries are singin' in the rain. (1/18a)
FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC
Ariana keeps on keepin' on. (1/18a)
THIS YEAR’S MODEL VW ROLLING OFF ASSEMBLY LINE
But what's an FOTB? (1/18a)
THE NEW PUB WORLD
Serious musical chairs.
CURATING GRAMMY PERFORMANCES
The calculus of awards, ratings and moments.
THE FIRST BIG RELEASE OF 2019
...is not what you'd expect.
THE NEW SUPERSTARS
The old pop rules just don't apply.
POP MART
POP GO THE WEASELS
iHEART MAKES MOVES IN WINDY CITY

Tommy Austin, SVP of Programming for iHeartMedia’s Chicago Region and PD of Top 40 WKSC (103.5 Kiss FM), has joined the chain’s National Programming Group as SVP of Programming, reporting to EVP of Programming Operations Jon Zellner. Austin (left), who was named VP of Programming for the cluster in March 2013, gets to stay in Chi-town, where he’ll be pulling for the Bears in the NFC Playoffs.

Additionally, James Howard (right), VP of Programming for iHeart’s Washington, D.C Region, will succeed Austin as SVP of Programming for the Chicago Region and PD of 103.5 Kiss FM as of 1/16. He’ll report to President of the Chicago Region Matt Scarano, who lauded Howard for his “winning track record…breadth of knowledge, leadership and programming creativity.”

“Our Chicago brands and dedicated teams that operate them are some of the finest in our industry,” Howard enthused. “I’m excited to help them continue to make an indelible impact on our Chicago communities.”