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Anyone who thinks Pandora is a distribution model, doesn't know Pandora. Like radio, it's more a promotional vehicle than anything else. Being able to listen to music that one prefers over a random playlist put together by Who Knows, is a much better experience than traditional radio. The fact that one can create a station based on a favorite artist and then discover other artists that are similar is a much more targeted than radio.
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