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Does Pandora Really Have 500K More Listeners Than KIIS in L.A.?



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(7/16/2014 5:25:29 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
GoioU9 I loved your article post.Really thank you! Fantastic.
- NY
(1/7/2014 4:49:31 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
bElWKS Im thankful for the blog article. Keep writing.
- NY
(12/14/2013 4:02:40 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
H0F4iD Thanks a lot for the blog.Really thank you! Want more.
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(11/18/2013 5:18:41 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Odn4Wc Major thankies for the article.Much thanks again. Awesome.
- NY
(10/24/2013 12:05:21 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
rBstvV Awesome article.Really looking forward to read more. Keep writing.
- NY
(4/29/2012 10:35:49 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Radio? Radio?? Really??? I don't know anyone -- anyone -- that listens to conventional radio anymore. Demographics? Mine is 40 to 50 somethings who grew up on R&R and have invested our expendable income in every music media since the 45. Only important factor bout us - we have money. Secondary demo is my kids. 13 to 22. Male, female. All of em and their friends listen to music like crazy. But none of em, nor their friends, listen to radio. Nada, none, not a one. All of us instead listen to, in varying proportions -- Sirius XM, or straight internet radio (like Radio Paradise!) or Pandora, or our iTunes, or our Rhapsody, our you name it. But radio? Forget it.
- Keelaay
(4/25/2012 6:42:29 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Pandora is so full of c--p. And this was wheeled out just in time so that Clear Channel can claim they need to own every radio station in LA to compete with
this non-radio fiction.

Remember Pandora is NOT RADIO. It is a wanna be juke box, that has a business model that leads to the
poor house. I trust the Sound Exchange will now send them a bill for millions of dollars for royalties.

- saul levine


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