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

Pandora Media has asked major record labels for money or better deal terms to help reverse losses and reduce pressure from impatient shareholders, according to sources. – via Bloomberg

Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has begun tracking Live Nation’s financial performance, assigning the company’s stocks a ‘buy’ rating following a period of sustained growth. – via IQ

YouTube’s biggest star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg is doing a weekly stream over at Twitch as part of Netglow  — a brand he’s “wanted to create.” – via The Verge

Fans were unable to find Harry Styles’ debut single Sign Of The Times on Spotify due to a glitch on the search function. – via Sun

CD Baby Expands Major Latin American Footprint with Local Office In Argentina – via Hypebot

David Gest once hired a hitman to kill Sir Elton John, claims the late producer’s former bodyguard. – via NME

Netflix reaches 75% of US streaming service viewers, but YouTube has grown its reach to 53% – via TechCrunch

American singer-songwriter & guitarist Steve Gunn is coming to Australia in July for the first time on a soul expanding solo tour – via SteveGunn

Ryan Tedder sells 170 song copyrights to Downtown Music Publishing – via MBW

Coachella Organizer Was ‘Offended’ by the Festival Owner’s Anti-Gay Donations – via Vulture

Rag’n’Bone Man won International Male Artist and International Newcomer at Germany’s Echo Awards. – via Billboard