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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM, PART 32,905: In case you missed it our most recent magazine, here's the comely cover image of RCA's Alicia Keys. The superstar pairs art with activism on her  single "We Are Here," a viral anthem using melodic uplift to motivate social involvement—and urges fans to use its accompanying hashtag to note their own efforts for the public good. But when it comes to appearing on the cover of our disreputable rag, Keys would probably be anywhere but "Here."

Our Contents page VIP, meanwhile, is NARAS head Neil Portnow, who once again has his work cut out for him as the Grammys screening committee prepares to parcel out its nominations for next year's awards. The veteran exec is known for both wisdom and tact, but he, show producer Ken Ehrlich and CBS-TV superheavyweight Jack Sussman must broker consensus among competing agendas while avoiding snubs (like last year's disastrous exclusions in several major categories) and keeping things fresh. If anyone can meet the imposing challenge, Neil can—but we don't envy him the task. (10/13p)

ARE SUMMER STADIUMS NEXT?
Uncertainty reigns. (4/9a)
YOUR TOP 20:
WEEKND VS. WAVE
Deja vu all over again? (4/9a)
A REFRESHING REVENUE CHART
Bring on the newbies. (4/9a)
FANS PINE FOR PRINE (UPDATE)
Hello up there. (4/9a)
IOVINE GAME FOR FAZE CLAN
There's life after Beats, Apple for the irrepressible innovator. (4/9a)
WE FOUND SOME TOILET PAPER
Also known as back issues of HITS.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
We turn out to be pioneers.
STREAMING STORIES
The music doc shows new muscle.
ELECTION 2020
Not postponed yet.
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