Kim Masters and John Horn of the Los Angeles Times discuss some of this week's top entertainment news stories.
- As the Fall TV season begins network executives are nervous after last year's drop off of viewers and agitating for Nielson to update its ways of measuring audiences. In related news, Nielson will start measuring viewers on tablets and mobile devices next Fall.
- Disney announced that Pixar has fired the director of The Good Dinosaur and pushed the release of the film from 2014 to 2015. This move makes 2014 the first year without a Pixar release since 2005.
- The MPAA accuses Google of abetting online piracy with its search engine.