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CHANGES AT PANDORA

Pandora has announced a restructuring and shift of resources that will focus on ad-tech and audience development and will see its presence and personnel grow in Atlanta.

One result of this change is the exit of exec Lars Murray after three years. During his tenure at the company, Murray worked on an array of initatives including talent partnerships with acts ranging from The Rolling Stones and Metallica to Migos and the rollout of AMP. Murray now becomes one of the most creative free agents out there; you can reach out to him here.

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