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This image released by Fox shows Jude Demorest, from left, Ryan Destiny and Brittany O'Grady in "Star," a new series by Lee Daniels, premiering Wednesday at 9p.m. EST on Fox. (Annette Brown/Fox via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — The title of Lee Daniels' latest venture, "Star," might very well identify this celebrated producer-director-writer. His films include "Monster's Ball," ''Precious" and "The Butler," while two seasons ago he roared into series TV with Fox's smash music drama "Empire."


Screenshot from Justin Bieber's "Sorry"Justin Bieber's "Sorry" video tops Vevo's most watched video chart of 2016, after having raked in more than 1.8 billion views this year.


Experts Interrogate Youtube's Report That They Paid $1 Billion To The Music IndustryEarlier this week Youtube belaboredly patted themselves on the back for reportedly paying out over a billion dollars to the music industry. In a statement, the IFPI, or the International Federation Of The Phonographic Industry, a global record industry trade group, called the figure into question. “Google has today issued more unexplained numbers on what it claims YouTube pays the music industry.


Apple Music's Latest Subscriber Numbers Will Make Jay Z SweatApple Music is succeeding where others streaming competitors are not. As the music service hit the 18-month mark, it announced that it had reached 20 million subscribers. It would be easy to play this off as a symptom of Apple’s established presence in our pockets, both via the iPhone and the iTunes store.


Apple Music launched in 2015.Apple's streaming service says it has reached 20 million subscribers, showing quick growth as the tech titan tries to close in on sector leader Spotify. Apple Music launched in June 2015 as Apple, which revolutionized digital music with iTunes 15 years ago, saw the future in streaming -- a service that allows online listeners to play unlimited music on demand. Senior Apple official Eddy Cue, revealing the figures in an interview with Billboard published late Tuesday, predicted further rapid gains entering 2017.


WHAT'S PLAYING / COMING UP

Pink - Just Like Fire
Burl Ives - A Holly Jolly Christmas
Ben Rector - Brand New
Na Leo - Jingle Bell Rock
Huey Lewis & The News - The Power Of Love
Bee Gees - How Deep Is Your Love
Christina Aguilera - Christmas Time
AVICII - Wake Me Up
Meghan Trainor - I'll Be Home
Tom Petty - Free Fallin'

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