For the millions of people who subscribe to satellite radio, it’s a reliable source of time travel: big band sounds from the 1940s, alternative grunge, classic R&B, early millennium pop smashes, the Beatles, hours of Howard Stern interviews. The possibility to get lost in the past is endless. But at the other end of the…
While musical platforms like Spotify, YouTube and Vevo share lists featuring the most-consumed, most-watched and most-streamed songs, albums, artists and videos of the year every December, online radio giant Pandora opts to go in a slightly different direction to celebrate the biggest tunes of the past 12 months.
Starting today, you can control your Sonos speakers through Pandora’s mobile app. Users will be able to select rooms, group and ungroup speakers, and control the volume all from the Pandora app.
AutoPlay will create a station based off the album or playlist you were just listening to, and users can give songs a thumbs up or down, which will further personalize the feature to your liking.
After unveiling a three-tiered business model in December to compete in music streaming, Pandora is now incorporating parts of its subscription-based Pandora Premium service into advertising units.
Australian advertisers can now connect with Pandora listeners by genre, through a curated ‘music moments’ sponsorship offering.
Healthy lifestyle fans, Pandora is watching what YOU listen to for your workouts and now that it’s officially the beginning of the year and resolutions are in full swing, they took a look at the most popular work out stations on Pandora and the top spinning artists and songs on each.