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Pandora’s Mobile Muscle Nearly Doubles Revenue

Pandora surged as much as 13 percent after reporting quarterly mobile revenue that almost doubled while controlling expenses. Jon Erlichman reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Google Will Dominate The Booming Mobile Advertising Market – Infographic

This chart shows estimated mobile advertising revenues of the largest mobile ad selling companies in the United States.

Google, Facebook and internet radio Pandora are the largest beneficiaries of the mobile ad boom.

Mobile ad spending in the United States is expected to jump to $4 billion this year. Market research firm eMarketer predicts strong growth for the next few years and expects mobile ad spending to reach $20 billion in 2016.

The largest beneficiaries of the mobile boom will be the usual suspects. Google is tipped to control 56.6 percent of the mobile ad market by the end of the year and looks set to retain that dominance through the next years.

Facebook is expected to rake in $339 million in mobile ad revenue this year, a remarkable achievement given the fact that Facebook didn’t even sell mobile ads in the beginning of 2012.

Source: Statista

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Pandora’s Content Costs Outpace Revenue Growth – Infographic

This chart shows the year-over-year growth of Pandora’s revenue and content acquisition costs.

Source: Statista


How Social Media Users Share And Use Online Music – Infographic

Music is a big part of everyone’s life, with 45% of people listening to 10 or more hours of music each week, according to a recent study by Market Research. And social music players like Pandora and Spotify are ruling the airwaves.

Not so surprisingly though, people enjoy using music streamers, but not paying for the premium versions of those players. Only 20% will cash in to hear some tunes, and 60% of listeners are downloading only the free version of songs.

Source: Mashable.com, Lab42