Coming Soon: Pandora Premium

Last night we unveiled our newest product offering, Pandora Premium! It is a completely reimagined music service that redefines what ‘premium’ could and should be. Pandora Premium is designed to open up a world of music completely unique to you. The upcoming features tune into each listener’s individuality and leverage our deep knowledge of musical data; it will be an effortless and flexible experience for all subscribers. We can’t wait to start rolling it out to listeners in early 2017!
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Introducing Our Brand New Web Experience

Pandora’s musical evolution continues with a completely redesigned and updated listening experience on one of our most popular platforms. Starting today, we’ll begin to roll out a fresh look and feel on the web that showcases Pandora’s vibrant branding, includes our latest features, and brings exciting new ways to discover and engage with your music.
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Say It With Pandora: New Ways to Share Music in iMessage

Ever feel like you can’t find the right words to really capture the moment or what you want to say? We get it– sometimes, the only way to truly express yourself is through music. Available now in the App Store for iMessage, Pandora’s new sharing feature is bringing a collaborative and fun way to play, discover and interact with music directly in your iMessage chat threads.

Introducing Pandora Plus

Yesterday we revealed Pandora Plus, a one-of-a-kind music experience for just $4.99 per month. Pandora Plus gives you the flexibility to listen to your music with more control. Skip as much as you want. Replay songs you love. And listen to your favorite stations offline. All ad-free.

Changing the Odds for Touring Bands

I spent my twenties in rock bands, much of that playing live shows across the western United States. We drove thousands of miles, never knowing how many people would show up to see us play.  We played to empty rooms more times than I care to remember. We tried everything, from physical mailers to our fan list, to stapling flyers on telephone poles and standing on street corners handing out leaflets to pull people in. The marketing never really worked, and it wore us out.


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