I used to pride myself on discovering music first — we all did, didn't we? But in the era of YouTube, Spotify and Pandora, discovering music first and then rubbing it in everyone's faces later isn't what it used to be. What is a music snob/elitist supposed to do in this new era of digital music delivery? Will we ever reign supreme again? From a guy who loved 'Thrift Shop' in August.
ThereÂs a frustration. [The Apple streaming service] is a net positive for the business. Apple is offering a 50/50 ad revenue share, minimum guarantees and royalties and the most successful ecosystem thatÂs ever been created. Unlike Pandora, the up-sell opportunity is enormous.
Music is a natural facilitator of connections between people and we're excited to help strengthen those bonds around all of the music you're discovering on PandoraMore quotes »
Pandora's CEO's surprise exit trims gain after results
to identify my successor," Kennedy said in a statement. He said he'll remain while the company looks for his replacement.Pandora pioneered Internet radio, growing under Kennedy to 67 million listeners, or 70 percent all U.S. users. While its online and mobile Read more »
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Talking Tech: What are your favorite music apps?
Pa., likes the Songza app for music based on her mood.(Photo: USA TODAY) Pandora is the most popular music appHold Shazam to the radio to find the name of a songSongza bases music on mood VENICE, Calif. — Remember when we used to tote around MP3 players? Most 5/25/13 from USA Today Read more »
Music Streaming Service Supplies Upbeat Playlists For The Fitness Freak
and already has roughly 500,000 users without paying a single dollar to market its product. But what really differentiates FIT Radio from Pandora’s workout station or a Spotify playlist crafted per the user’s preference? It is all in maintaining a consistent 5/25/13 from Forbes Read more »
2.5 Million Reasons to Like Pandora
is turning more of its freeloaders into paying music fans. The leading music streaming service posted blowout quarterly results on Thursday night, but the cherry on top of its great report is that its subscription revenue is once again growing faster than from Daily Finance Read more »
It's a Kind of Magic: What Pandora and Netflix Have in Common
strategy to exploit it. Pandora grabs your input (conscious or not), and turns it right back at you, creating personalized radio stations at the drop of a hat. Netflix runs the same kind of analysis, but uses it in two different ways: To figure out which shows from Daily Finance Read more »
Why Pandora Shares Popped and Dropped
we do like to keep an eye on big changes -- just in case they're material to our investing thesis. What: Shares of Internet radio company Pandora Media (NYSE: P ) climbed as high as 13% today after its quarterly results and outlook topped Wall Street expectations. from Motley Fool Read more »