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

Pandora becomes the latest tech company to turn to private equity – via TechCrunch

Radiohead quit Coachella stage twice after technical problems – via BBC

Tubefilter reports Ed Sheeran’s YouTube channel recorded a 62% month-on-month growth to reach 1.04bn views in March. – via MusicAlly

German copyright manager GEMA FY revenues top EUR 1 bln on online music rights – via telecompaper

Ticketmaster has been accused of not doing enough to stop professional ticket touts because it also owns the resale sites GetMeIn and Seatwave. – via Guardian

Roy Orbison, Rosanne Cash, Neville Brothers Elected to the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame – via VVN Music

Sony/ATV international president Guy Henderson talks global targets – via

PRS Foundation’s Vanessa Reed: New Writer Producer Fund will ‘level playing field’ for songwriters – via

Neuland Concerts has been acquired by its management from parent company Warner Music Germany. – via RotD

The UK recorded music industry grew by 5.1% in 2016 – via Music Industry Blog

R.I.P. Motown Writer Sylvia Moy 1938-2017 – via Noise11

UK Music Outlines Brexit Blueprint For Growth As Prime Minister Calls Snap Election – via Billboard