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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM, PART 8,367: The cover of our most recent issue features the smiling visage of Clear Channel CEO Bob Pittman. He and his team just premiered the iHeartRadio Music Awards on NBC; the all-star telecast came in the wake of Q1 numbers that show the ever-extending iHeart brand as one of the brightest spots on the company's balance sheet. Still, Pittman may want to misfile his appearance on our sorry rag.

Meanwhile, iHeart overseers Tom Poleman and John Sykes appear as our Contents page VIPs. President of National Programming Platforms Poleman and Prexy of Entertainment Enterprises Sykes have, among other achievements, built the iHeart brand in a multi-format monster, with the Awards show following their Music Festival and high-profile tech deals. But after this Contents shout-out, the pair may wish they could change the station. (5/5p)

1 TRENDING TOPIC:
OLIVIA’S LANE
Talk about an overnight sensation. (4/22a)
PRINCE, FIVE YEARS GONE: SOME PURPLE MUSINGS
His death continues to reverberate. (4/22a)
BRITS WILL HAVE
A LIVE AUDIENCE
A cautious step toward normalcy (4/22a)
REVENUE CHART:
ANYONE FOR POLO?
Ralph Lauren has nothing to do with this. (4/22a)
NMAAM TO HONOR SMOKEY, QUINCY, LIONEL DURING BLACK MUSIC MONTH
A fitting lead-in to Black Music Month (4/22a)
RHYTHM, BLUES AND THE FUTURE
The musical tapestry we know as R&B.
WHO'S NEXT?
Predicting the next big catalog deal.
JUST THE VAX, MA'AM
Once we all get vaccinated, how long before we can party?
WORLDWIDE GROOVE
How is globalization bringing far-flung territories into the musical mainstream?
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