-- The Web site for the Comedy Central show "The Colbert Report" is now streaming the full albums of musical guests appearing on the show. The first band to do so is The Flaming Lips, who will exclusively debut their new album "Embryonic" on the www.colbertnation.com site, the first time the band has ever offered a digital pre-release of an entire album.

-- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social networking site is now cash flow positive, according to a post on the company's blog. It reached the milestone last quarter. He also announced the service has 300 million members worldwide.

-- A judge denied a motion by Universal Music Group and now the years-old dispute between UMG and the Allman Brothers is moving forward. The suit, over how labels should treat royalties for digital downloads, is scheduled to go to trial early next year. The band claims digital downloads and ringtones should be treated as a third-party license, and therefore allow them to collect 50% of each sale. Currently the standard practice in the music industry is to pay artists the agreed-upon sales royalty, which generally is far lower.