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

BMG has appointed German media lawyer Ama Walton as SVP Business & Legal Affairs and General Counsel Europe. – via RotD

Scandinavian Songs — a leading Swedish independent music publisher that exclusively represents Imagem, Songs, Bucks, Mute and many more in the Nordic region — is rebranding to Cosmos Music Publishing. – via MBW

Universal Music Korea, announced today that Bumjin Suh has been appointed Managing Director, effective immediately – via UMG

SoundCloud is now available on Xbox One – via The Verge

PPL has reported annual revenues of £212.1m for 2016. Collections were up 8% on 2015, with growth in public performance and dubbing, broadcast, and international (which was up 32%). Payments were issued to 83,102 performers and 9,589 recorded-music rightsholders, up 30% year-on-year. – via RotD

ASCAP appoints Tony Dunaif EVP and Head of International Affairs – via MBW

CEOs lend unprecedented cross-media support to media reform package – via AdNews

The European Commission‘s Music Moves Europe initiative returns to Midem this year, with a special focus on diversity. – via Midem

Glastonbury festival 2017: full line-up – via Guardian

New York based independent music publisher Reservoir has acquire a stake in London based music management company Big Life Management and its music publishing arm Big Life Music’s 3,000+ copyrights. – via RotD