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

Apple Music to display local currency pricing in nine markets – via MBW

Time Inc. appeared to play a bunch of legal shenanigans to pretend that MySpace no longer existed, even as the company kept operating, hoping to hide it from a plaintiff in a lawsuit. – via Hypebot

EXODUS – produced by Sydney filmmaker Eloïse Boutry and featuring Sydney-based band DRUED, took out the Love Live Music 60 Second Film Competition

BMG has entered into a worldwide partnership with Fergie and her newly formed record label Dutchess Music. – via Hits

Mark Zuckerberg’s commencement speech streamed on Facebook with hilariously awful captions – via The Verge

Cameron Avery announced his national album tour alongside his support slot for Sarah Blasko – via FB

Podcast: The Consequences of DOJ’s New Rule on 100% Licensing with David Lowery, Steve Winogradsky and Chris Castle – via MTP

Facebook has signed deals with millennial-focused news and entertainment creators Vox Media, BuzzFeed, ATTN, Group Nine Media and others to make shows for its upcoming video service – via Reuters

UMG announced Andre Torres, founder of Wax Poetics magazine and the former Executive Editor of Genius, has been appointed Vice President of Urban Catalogue – via UMG

How to land a sync – via APRA AMCOS

The International Music Summit has released the annual IMS Business Report, an in-depth economic study of the electronic music industry, covering all aspects of the genre. – via RotD

Facebook is trying to salvage Instant Articles by adding support for Google AMP – via The Verge

Has Spotify been hacked? Firm denies breach as thousands of alleged passwords leak. – via IBTimes

Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood has lung lesion removed. – via Billboard