The Feed | June 11, 2020

There are a growing number of changes coming in all facets of the entertainment industry in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.  We said yesterday that the long running TV show “Cops” has been canceled after more than 30 years, now “Live PD,” which was the A&E network’s highest rated show has gotten the boot.

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 In music, The Grammys are getting rid of the word “urban,” for example the “Urban Contemporary” will now be called “Progressive R&B.” 
 And in film, streaming service HBO Max has removed the 1939 film “Gone with the Wind” due to its depiction of slavery during the Civil War of the United States.  HBO says it’s going to add some historical context for returns.  Who didn’t remove the film? Amazon. In fact, “Gone with the Wind” is now the number one selling DVD on Amazon.  

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In NASCAR, the racing league has put an end to fans bringing the Confederate flag to races.  (The confederacy was the losing side in the Civil War, which was fought over, among other things, slavery).

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Secret no more!  Iggy Azalea is a new mom, with her man, rapper Playboi Carti.  She finally let it out on an instagram story:
Tony Hawk, probably the greatest pro skateboarder of all time, dislocated his fingers in a nasty fall Saturday.  He just posted the x-rays and said he had to have his wedding ring cut off in order to return the fingers to their normal positions. 

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