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The report notes that Pandora is close to deals with major record companies which would allow the company to offer on-demand music streaming. Agreements still haven't been finalized, sources said.
Pandora plans to roll out the new plans in the U.S. first and expand to other English-speaking countries thereafter.
Shares of Pandora are up over 3 percent.
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