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FX chief John Landgraf says 'Peak TV' is still ascending

FX chief John Landgraf says 'Peak TV' is still ascending
  • FX chief John Landgraf says 'Peak TV' is still ascending FWC: FX chief John Landgraf says ‘Peak TV’ is still ascending

    FX Networks Chief Executive John Landgraf sees no end in sight to the growth of scripted TV production. During his Friday appearance at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills, Landgraf gave a midseason update to his company’s annual tally of dramas, comedies and limited series…

  • From swap meets to the fast track: WSS thrives by focusing on selling sneakers in urban neighborhoods FWC: From swap meets to the fast track: WSS thrives by focusing on selling sneakers in urban neighborhoods

    Retail chains don’t exactly line up to open new stores in a city like Lynwood, were residents are mostly Latino and African American and their income and education lag behind the Los Angeles County average. But for WSS, a fast-growing Los Angeles company, Lynwood’s challenges were seen as opportunity….

  • Magda Davitt, fka Sinead O’Connor, returns with new song “Milestones”: Stream FWC: Magda Davitt, fka Sinead O’Connor, returns with new song “Milestones”: Stream

    Sinead O’Connor, who now goes by the name Magda Davitt, is working on new music. She’s promised a new album, No Mud No Lotus, for release in 2019, and even released a “demo” of a new song, “Milestones” via The Irish Sun. Recorded with producer David Holmes, who she met at Shane MacGowan’s recent birthday show, the song is really…

  • Directors Steve Zuckerman and Darlene Kaplan look to deal on longtime Encino manor FWC: Directors Steve Zuckerman and Darlene Kaplan look to deal on longtime Encino manor

    Director Steve Zuckerman and his wife, casting director Darlene Kaplan, are ready to call it a wrap in Encino Hills. The couple have listed their decked-out English Tudor-inspired home for sale at $3.499 million. Tudor styling brings a sense of history to the inside and outside of the estate, which…

  • Stream & Download Travis Scott’s New “Astroworld” Album FWC: Stream & Download Travis Scott’s New “Astroworld” Album

    After much anticipation, Houston rapper Travis Scott’s latest studio album Astroworld has officially arrived. The 17-track project boasts impressive production as well as star-studded features from Drake and Frank Ocean to Tame Impala. Stream the album below and let us know if the LP lived up to the hype in the comments section. Travis Scott – Astroworld | Purchase ‘Stream &Download Travis…

  • Greta Van Fleet unveil retro-looking vertical video for “When the Curtain Falls”: Watch FWC: Greta Van Fleet unveil retro-looking vertical video for “When the Curtain Falls”: Watch

    The young upstarts of Greta Van Fleet already have a sound that conjures up ’70s rock ‘n’ roll, and now their just-released “vertical video” for their new single “When the Curtain Falls” has look that matches their sonic vibe. The band has unveiled a video shot in the way you ask your mom not to hold her iPhone — but…

  • San Holo Releases Two Stunning Singles From Upcoming Debut Album FWC: San Holo Releases Two Stunning Singles From Upcoming Debut Album

    Ever since San Holo announced that his debut album was finished, we’ve been feigning for an official single to drop.  After teasing snippets on social media, the Bitbird label-head is delivering not just one but two singles from his upcoming album and we’re floating on waves of pure bliss. Stream San Holo’s new singles below and catch him on his album 1 tour with Taska Black,  Said…

  • Diggy Simmons Is Back with ‘It Is What It Is’ FWC: Diggy Simmons Is Back with ‘It Is What It Is’

    Diggy Simmons is back. Following a six-year hiatus from music, the now 23-year-old rapper returns with his uplifting new single “It Is What It Is.” Over stripped-down violins, Diggy wrestles with his own demons. “Was in my head around the clock / I had to tell the devil stop,” he raps. “Go and give it what you got / What…

  • Top 10 Songs of the Month: Ariana Grande, The Internet, and Greta Van Fleet FWC: Top 10 Songs of the Month: Ariana Grande, The Internet, and Greta Van Fleet

    There’s no better way to say it: July straight-up delivered. This past month, lovers of rock, pop, rap, hip-hop, and all that blurs between were left with their musical palettes satisfied. July saw the release of new songs from celebrated pop and rap fixtures, emerging rock artists, promising new singer-songwriters, beloved bands who took their latest work in an exciting…

  • Another mysterious Aphex Twin logo appears, this time in Hollywood FWC: Another mysterious Aphex Twin logo appears, this time in Hollywood

    Since his iconic logo appeared in both London’s Elephant and Castle underground station and Turin, Italy last week, Aphex Twin has been a hot topic of discussion, stirring hope for experimental music lovers everywhere. Now with a third placement of the logo — this time on the side of famed Amoeba Records, fans’ speculations seem to be amounting to something more concrete. While…

  • David Guetta signs worldwide publishing deal with Kobalt Music FWC: David Guetta signs worldwide publishing deal with Kobalt Music

    deadmau5 is in good company at Kobalt Music. The where’s the drop? producer recently inked a contract with Kobalt’s AWAL imprint, rendering AWAL the platform for ensuing installments in deadmau5’s developing mau5ville EP series. David Guetta is the latest electronic act to pen a deal with the publishing company, recently inking his own worldwide contract with Kobalt. The organization will provide publishing administration for…

  • TV This Week, Aug. 5-11: 'Freaky Friday,' 'Lodge 49' and more FWC: TV This Week, Aug. 5-11: ‘Freaky Friday,’ ‘Lodge 49’ and more

    SUNDAY “The History of Comedy” salutes Phil Hartman, John Belushi and other dearly departed funny folks in the new episode “Gone Too Soon.” 7 and 10 p.m. CNN Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, et al., bring the twang in the new special “iHeartCountry Festival.” Candace Cameron Bure and deejay Bobby Bones…