Five years after relaunching in Australia and New Zealand, music streaming service Pandora is shutting up shop.
Since 2012, the two countries were the only international outposts for Pandora, after the service shut off to international users in 2007 due to licensing issues.
Listeners in Australia and New Zealand will no longer have access to the service “within a few weeks,” according to a company spokesperson via email.
“After diligent analysis, we have decided to discontinue our operations in Australia and New Zealand and expect to wind down the service for listeners over the next few weeks,” according to the statement. Read more…