Pandora sells its South Dakota terrestrial radio station

Pandora has sold its terrestrial radio station. It has handed off the South Dakota station KXMZ 102.7 to Haugo Broadcasting for $300,000. Pandora initially purchased the station from Connoisseur Media in 2015 for $600,000. The sale brings an end to a convoluted chapter in the audio company’s legal and licensing history. Continue Reading


More from Pandora: Ticketfly sold, leadership boasts strong balance sheets

The news of Sirius XM’s $480 million in Pandora wasn’t the only big development for the audio company today: Pandora has sold Ticketfly to Eventbrite for $200 million. Here, we also get a little more insight into what the outlook is within Pandora, both on the recent business activities and on its future direction. Continue Reading


Rumor Fact(ory): Verizon reportedly might invest in Pandora pending Sirius deal

We’ve been hearing speculation for many months that Pandora and Sirius XM are interested in building a closer relationship. Sirius XM has been rumored to want to acquire the online audio company, but the two parties have been at odds over price. New information from the New York Post’s Claire Atkinson indicated that if Sirius does back away, Pandora might have another interested suitor. Continue Reading