Pandora has brought its internet radio service to Australia and New Zealand, expanding for the first time outside of its home territory in the United States.
The Californian-based company has secured the rights to about a million tracks from more than 100,000 artists and has now launched test versions of its service in both countries, reports Billboard.
It has also agreed to pay "less than 25% of revenue" to songwriters and performers in New Zealand, but did not specify ...
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