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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM, PART 8,703: For those of you who haven’t seen the most recent issue of our print publication, we thought we’d pass along the information that (a) we have a print publication and (b) these nice folks somehow got duped into appearing in and/or on it. Thanks to their smash “Say Something,” Black Magnetic/Epic Pop duo A Great Big World scored a #3 debut on the HITS Album Sales Chart for their first full-length, Is There Anybody Out There? It’s a huge coup for the pair—although we imagine they’ll want to say nothing about appearing on the cover of this rag.

Columbia ruler Rob Stringer is the HITS Contents Dungeon Prisoner of the Week. Stringer is red-hot coming out of the Grammys, as Daft Punk’s big wins reignite their record, Beyoncé continues to dominate, Pharrell explodes and John Legend makes a huge impact. Add Grammy trophies for Adele and The Civil Wars, and you’ll see why Rob is singing “Happy.” Not even this Contents shout-out can dampen his spirits. (2/3p)

THE INSIDE STORY BEHIND ACM'S OUR COUNTRY
The trip from awards show to intimate performances. (4/3a)
AIRHEAD: KAREN'S HITS ODYSSEY
PoMo Goddess stuck inside of cesspool for 30 years now. (4/3a)
2020 THREE-MONTH MARKETSHARE SCORECARD
Deadlocks in the top tiers of the standings (4/3a)
HITS LIST WORKS
FROM HOME
Viewing the world through a webcam (4/3a)
POSTPONED: JAMES & JACKSON ON HOLD
Save your tickets. (4/3a)
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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