- Project Playlist has landed former Facebook chief revenue officer Owen Van Natta as it's new CEO, according to the blog AllThingsD. Van Natta is an investor in the music discovery startup.

- The Los Angeles man accused of illegally uploading nine songs from the upcoming Guns N' Roses "Chinese Democracy" album will plead guilty, according to Wired.

- Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. said the company is adopting a "360" strategy in the face of a need to adopt more solid revenue streams. "Every new artist we sign, we sign now with rights in all their revenue streams: ticketing, touring, merchandising, sponsorship," Bronfman said on a panel at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. "We're only signing artists that way and we now have over a third of our current roster signed to 360 rights."