Emmy nominations are out, and somebody from "Friday Night Lights" finally got a nod. There's gonna be anger in this office that "30 Rock" and "The Office" got nods ahead of "Community" and "Parks and Recreation", though. Ken Tucker is correct that this list is decent all in all, while Deadline sees this year's crop as a coup for newcomers. Movieline lists the five most stunning snubs.

Interesting combo here: A track by Best Coast, Kid Cudi and a dude from Vampire Weekend.

Could Wilco be starting their own label?

Ridley Scott is recruiting YouTube users to help with an upcoming documentary.

Gotta laugh in agreement with 50 Cent's petition for Diddy to stop exploiting the death of the Notorious B.I.G.

Reports of James Bond's demise have been greatly exaggerated.

ESPN swears there's no conflict of interest in airing LeBron James' selection special.

In case you were confused, Ted Leo isn't retiring from music. You can see what he told me in today's feature interview.

Paste lists the 10 best (and "wonderfully worst") TV dads.

Wanna see some photos from the new season of "Mad Men"?

The New York Times explains how Pandora and Facebook share your personal info.

Lastly, Brandon Flowers of The Killers has a new solo album coming out, and the first video co-stars Charlize Theron. It's called "