Originally published: April 9, 2013
Last updated: April 9, 2013 - 2:37pm
Pandora has reached a milestone of 200 million registered users in the U.S. The popular personalized radio service had its first user register in the summer of 2005 and announced 100 million registered users in July of 2011, six years after the launch of the service. Pandora reached the 200 million registered user mark less than 2 years later.
- Pandora streams 200 million songs before 10 a.m. every day.
- Listeners have personalized their stations with more than 25 billion thumbs.
- Last month, Pandora played more than 100,000 unique artists and more than 1 million unique songs. The vast majority of that music got no other terrestrial radio airplay.
- More than 140 million listeners have tuned in to Pandora on a mobile device.
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