The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. The 2010 Emmy nominations are in, with two of our favorite shows, Mad Men and Glee, leading the pack. [via EW]
2. According to Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, the band is leaving Nonesuch Records and starting its own label. [via Pitchfork]
3. National Public Radio is officially changing its name to NPR, which “is more modern, streamlined,” says Vivian Schiller, NPR’s chief executive. [via WaPo]
4. Lifetime is adapting Reviving Ophelia, a nonfiction favorite of mothers with daughters going through puberty, into a made-for-TV movie that will star Jane Kaczmarek. [via Variety]
5. Proof that it’s not just womyn who rock whose ticket sales are hurting, it has been announced that this year’s American Idol Live! Tour will end eight shows early. Sorry tweens. [via Vulture]