Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

YouTube mobile live-streaming has just opened up to a lot more users – via Digital Trends

PPL has announced its largest ever first quarter international distribution to members. The £15.7m was up 15% on 2016’s equivalent payment. – via RotD

Canadian court refuses to let Feds snoop on Megaupload servers – via The Register

A Google-sponsored study into how teenagers view brands found that while YouTube takes the (dubious) prize by a considerable margin, Apple lags behind junk food favourites Doritos and Oreos – via The Register

Mitch Glazier will become President now and then as Chairman and CEO of the RIAA in January 2019. Cary Sherman will retire at the end of 2018. – via Billboard releases ‘Fiyah’ music video, filmed on the set of Coronation Street – via Digital Spy

Drake heading to London ‘to star in new series of Top Boy’ – via Dazed Digital

Suge Knight claims that a new Tupac Shakur documentary proves Knight was the real target of the 1996 drive-by shooting that killed the rapper – via FACT

Shazam Connect now offers the ability for artists to update their profile picture directly. – via Shazam

Veteran designer Christopher Stringer leaves Apple after 21 years – via Apple Insider

Young Thug Cleared of Felony Gun and Drug Charges in Georgia – via Vulture

Producer Steve Lillywhite is now the Chief Executive of Jagonya Music & Sport Indonesia, a company in Jakarta, that bundles recorded CDs with fast food at KFC restaurants throughout that country. – via NYTimes

Saskwatch release video for ‘December Nights’, watch below: