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Pandora (#radio ?) 3e support pub mobile américain vend de plus en plus de spots vidéos grâce à ses bases de données auditeurs | RadioPub

Pandora (#radio ?) 3e support pub mobile américain vend de plus en plus de spots vidéos grâce à ses bases de données auditeurs | RadioPub | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Issu du Music Genome Project, une analyse approfondie de milliers de musiques, Pandora est le service de radio internet et d’écoute de musique en streaming leader aux Etats-Unis. Lancée en 2000, Pandora a fait le pari gagnant de la radio mobile, personnalisée, et est aujourd’hui le 3ème support de publicité mobile aux Etats-Unis derrière Google et Facebook (source Adweek).

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Pandora Passes from 100 to 200 Million Users in 2 years - Personnalized Radio Everywhere | hypebot

Pandora Passes from 100 to 200 Million Users in 2 years - Personnalized Radio Everywhere | hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Pandora now has 200 million registered users in the U.S., according to number released by the company this morning. That's twice the 100 million registered users it had in July of 2011, six years after launch.
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Spotify, Pandora and radio @ Radiodays Europe 2013 [podcast]

Spotify, Pandora and radio

 A fascinating session, chaired by Francis Currie, looked at the threats and opportunities from the new wave of music streaming services.

 Kicking off the session was Ross Adams, Spotify's European Sales Director giving a whistle-stop tour through the product and telling us they have 24m active users in 20 countries, generating $500 million for record companies. 

He felt that they were more a friend than a foe to the radio industry and that there were many opportunities to work together. In the UK 16 per cent of the Spotify users don't listen to commercial radio and only 10 per cent listen to the public service BBC - this gives a large opportunity for radio to reach new audiences. 

Spotify works with Absolute Radio and, free magazine, Shortlist on combined campaigns. Whilst there's competition for some radio advertising between radio and Spotify, Ross talked about Spotify's route to advertising often being through digital teams rather than radio's radio teams.

The key features Spotify's working on now are: 

Features - particularly discovery and sharingExpansion - into more countriesInnovation - new ways for partners to leverage their music catalogue.


Larry Rosin, from Edison Research, talked about his relationship with US music streaming service, Pandora. In the United States, Pandora accounts for 66 per cent of all streaming (including all US radio output). 42 per cent of Americans have listened to Pandora, 27 per cent have listened in the last month, and 20 per cent tune in to Pandora every week - a huge amount of reach.

Edison developed some research to map Pandora's consumption onto existing listening metrics. This produced figures showing Pandora was the number one station for 18 to 34s in the top five biggest US radio markets. Larry then talked about the negative feedback he received from US radio groups - he felt they clearly saw it as a problem and wanted to do whatever they could to try and discredit the operation. What he felt they should have been doing is developing their own new properties to deliver new types of radio to listeners.

Radio consultant Denis Florent from Radioformat built on Larry's position explaining that new music services were combining smart algorithms, and providing both a social layer as well as mobile ubiquity - something that radio's been historically good at. To win against them he felt it was important to combine filters, our skill at prescribing and brand value to deliver greater benefit over (and sometimes through) these services.

 

Original article : http://www.radiodayseurope.com/articles/spotify-pandora-and-radio

Listen to the session on Soundcloud

 

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Pandora Eliminates Unlimited Mobile Streaming

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In an effort to balance growing royalty costs, Pandora announced Wednesday that it will be eliminating unlimited ad-supported music streaming on the service via mobile.

Pandora listeners in the US will now be limited to 40 hours of free ad-supported streaming on their mobile devices each calendar month, after which they’ll have to pay a fee to keep listening $.99 in-app purchase.


Kennedy says that the average user on Pandora only spends 20 hours on the service across all platforms. He says that Wednesday’s announcement is likely to only effect 4% of Pandora’s monthly active listeners.

 

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Tom Conrad, Pandora is Interviewed by Sarah Lane at LeWeb Paris 2012

Tom Conrad and Sarah Lane talk about Pandora, some of the reasons they haven't expanded to too many other countries yet and about the music industry in general.
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Pandora begins "final stage" of integration with ad-buying platforms to access more radio spending | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter

Pandora begins "final stage" of integration with ad-buying platforms to access more radio spending | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Pandora last week announced media planning and buying integration with the largest media buying software platforms Mediaocean and STRATA.

"This marks the launch of the final stage of Pandora's plans to fully integrate Pandora into media buying platforms," the company's press release reads. May of last year saw the launch of Triton Digital's measurement of Pandora in traditional radio metrics such as AQH and Cume. In March (see RAIN here) Pandora announced that it would make its audience data available in STRATA and Mediaocean's Donovan and Mediabank stewardship systems, enabling radio ad buyers to compare Pandora national and local audience data directly to U.S. radio broadcasters' numbers.

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Pandora Founder on Digital Media, Internet Radio

Tim Westergren discovered a need everyone shares, and he applied his creativity and innovation through entrepreneurship to meet that need.

That’s the message Westergren delivered when he sat down with Heritage’s Jackie Anderson and spoke to The Bloggers Briefing to discuss how he founded his visionary company, Pandora Radio, that now dominates 80 percent of the emerging Internet radio industry.

“I was really inspired by how could I sort of harness technology to make life easier for working musicians,” said Westergren. “[Pandora] is a paradigmatic shift in what radio is.”

He started the company after working himself as a musician in the film industry. As a film composer, he began grouping songs according to their construction and impact on the listener so he could better meet the musical tastes of the film directors he worked with on a day-to-day basis. “I had the idea one day to try and codify that, and build a discovery technology,” he said.

He called this discovery technology “the music genome project,” a mathematical sorting product that could analyze thousands of songs across 450 different dimensions, including melody, harmony, rhythm and instrumentation, and group them according to each song’s unique musical “DNA.”

“We literally did it on pencil and paper, believe it or not, in the beginning, to capture a song’s sound, and then by marrying that to mathematics, to an algorithm essentially, we could literally compute the proximity of one song to another,” he said.

Now the company catalogues more than 100,000 artists and 1 million songs, 98.5 percent of which played in the last 30 days, according to Westergren. The service draws about 70 million unique listeners each month.

The reason he believes accounts for Pandora’s explosive word-of-mouth growth since its release in 2005? Because it addresses a problem everyone has. “We all love music to a greater or lesser degree, but we all have a hard time finding music that we like easily,” he said.

“As you get older, radio does not play your music any more,” he said. “I think what Pandora does, and is doing, is reconnecting people to their music.”

 

Check the original post here : http://blog.heritage.org/2013/03/07/pandora-radio-founder-applying-musical-innovation-through-entrepreneurship-video/

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Pandora has been able to do what radio has not: generate significant revenue from mobile. In the quarter that ended January 31, Pandora generated $80.3 million from mobile. That's an increase of 111 percent over the same quarter one year earlier ($38 million).

For the year, Pandora doubled mobile revenue to $255.9 million. Even better news for Pandora is that mobile revenue is climbing faster than the growth of mobile listening.

 

Original post : http://www.radioink.com/Article.asp?id=2626249&spid=24698

 

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Sony/ATV gets 25 percent increase in Pandora royalties

Sony/ATV gets 25 percent increase in Pandora royalties | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Pandora’s costs are likely to rise.Music publisher Sony/ATV has wrangled a 25 percent increase in royalties from the Oakland, Calif.-based Internet radio player, The Post has learned. The...

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, January 17, 2013 3:25 PM

royalty raise, who's next?