While many are still skeptical about Pandora's (NYSE:P) business model, few can doubt the company's ability to grow listenership at a torrid pace and provide a service customers love. In this video, Fool.com analyst Jeremy Bowman discusses why Pandora's status as the first mover in this disruptive brand of streaming Internet radio has a lot of potential. He talks about avenues for growth via numerous partnerships with consumer electronics and automaker companies for Pandora integration, discusses new advertising prospects for the company, and highlights its plans to jump into international markets.
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