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

The federal government announced that $3.9 million would be spent expanding digital radio in Canberra, as well as Darwin, Hobart and the Gold Coast. – via Canberra Times

Ex-YouTube exec Stefan Baumschlager joins Record Bird as it raises six-figure sum – via MBW

The Chainsmokers score second ever song to reach one billion Spotify streams – via NME

Artist management company Willow Artists launch their official artist roster at The Workers Club in Melbourne on Saturday. Its roster is Jack And The Kids (Bendigo), Jumbo Mavis, Orches, Stewart Winchester & The Hiding. – via Facebook

Twitter Changed Their Privacy Policy, So Update Your Settings – via Lifehacker

2017 Billboard Music Awards Winners: Drake, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake – via Billboard

A look inside Facebook’s New York office, where employees of the $435 billion company enjoy virtual reality games and an in-house pastry chef – via BI

Radiohead’Johnny Greenwood has scored Joaquin Phoenix’s newest film – via The Brag

Pusha T reportedly working with Kanye West at remote mountain-top studio – via NME

Jack White is becoming an author, and releasing a children’s book – via The Brag

Twitter says Vine users’ emails and phone numbers were exposed for a day, but weren’t misused – via TechCrunch

Twitter co-founder says he’s ‘sorry’ for the company’s perceived role in electing Trump – via BI