I t's been an awful week for many of the UK's best independent labels, whose stock was destroyed in the Sony DADC warehouse fire in Enfield during Monday night's riots. By Tuesday morning, Twitter users were already encouraging music fans to buy some of the labels' music digitally, to provide them with much-needed revenue in the face of a situation which could well prove terminal for some. As it happens, one of the affected labels, Domino, is actually offering a free track sampler of its sonic wares via Amazon this week, at amzn. For a full list of the labels that have been hit by the fire, head to bit. The site is an offshoot of the excellent online music store Boomkat.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. I have always condemned the corporate consolidation of the TV industry — if for no other reason, the way it tends to homogenize distinct voices, perspectives and points of view. You could not find a more diverse group of channels anywhere else under one corporate banner except of course in Canada, where pretty much every TV service in the country is now or will soon be owned by one of two or three large companies. You want different voices, this is one-stop shopping. Some diverse highlights from what those disparate voices had to say here at the annual TV critics' mid-season preview:. Sarah Silverman: The caustic yet comely comedienne kicked things off with a riotous half-hour session for her astoundingly and hilariously incorrect new sitcom, The Sarah Silverman Program , for Comedy Central.
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As investigators search for the man who they say set a small fire last week at D. In one group, users responded to news that Comet pizza was on fire with gifs of people eating popcorn. Others just celebrated. Eclipsed by a related conspiracy theory, Qanon, pizzagate has decreased in popularity in part due to crackdowns by online platforms.
Viacom Inc. The edgy content isn't just pulling in MTV's biggest audiences ever. It's also attracting an older audience that previously shunned the network when it was dominated by sugarcoated boy bands like "The Backstreet Boys" and "N'Sync.