Posted by , Aug 21, 2016 at 03:43pm
Pandora prepares to enter the streaming wars.

It's now or never for companies looking to establish a foothold in the rapidly expanding music-streaming industry.

At this point, there are two front-runners, Spotify and Apple Music, and assorted small fish, including TIDAL, Google Play, and Soundcloud Go. The Wall Street Journal reports that Pandora will join the scrum when they launch a music-streaming service of their own as soon as September.

Pandora already has an active user base of 100 million. According to the company's CEO Tim Westergren, the company will offer a free tier, a $10 monthly plan, and a third, more affordable option with "mid-level" features. As of now, Pandora offers a ad-free listening for $5 per month as well as a 99-cent day pass.

Stay tuned for more information regarding Pandora's impending streaming service.

Pandora To Launch Streaming Service As Soon As September

Pandora prepares to enter the streaming wars.


It's now or never for companies looking to establish a foothold in the rapidly expanding music-streaming industry.

At this point, there are two front-runners, Spotify and Apple Music, and assorted small fish, including TIDAL, Google Play, and Soundcloud Go. The Wall Street Journal reports that Pandora will join the scrum when they launch a music-streaming service of their own as soon as September.

Pandora already has an active user base of 100 million. According to the company's CEO Tim Westergren, the company will offer a free tier, a $10 monthly plan, and a third, more affordable option with "mid-level" features. As of now, Pandora offers a ad-free listening for $5 per month as well as a 99-cent day pass.

Stay tuned for more information regarding Pandora's impending streaming service.

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