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

smoothfm celebrates five years on air – via RadioToday

Twitter hires a new GM of revenue products – via TechCrunch

SiriusXM has recently restarted talks with Pandora’s banks and is discussing the size of a potential offer, sources said. – via NYPost

David Bowie was the most popular recording artist in the UK last year, with the equivalent of more than 1.6m albums bought or streamed. – via Guardian

The FCC officially proposes to end net neutrality rules  – via TechCrunch

Google’s AI research team, Google Magenta, recently announced  Neural Synthesizer, or NSynth, which generates audio using deep neural networks and will be demonstrating it this week. – via Mashable

Spotify’s operating loss rose to between $350 million to $450 million last year, up from $205 million in 2015 – via Hypebot

Skepta Wins Songwriter of the Year and Best Contemporary Song at The Ivor Novello Awards – via Guardian

Paris Jackson has written a song that she’d like Paul McCartney to sing. – via Noise11

The Killers’ Mr Brightside was the most-streamed song released before 2010. – via BBC