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Pandora - Create a custom radio station

March 2015


Pandora - Create a custom radio station



Pandora allows you to create custom radio stations.

Using Pandora is simple, just enter the name of the song, artist or composer and Pandora will create a radio station that will play only similar music tracks. To create your custom radio station:
  • Enter your email, a password for your Pandora account,Postal/zip code, accept the terms of use and click on "Register"
  • In the window that appears, click "Continue"
  • Enter an artist name, song or composer and press Enter:
  • Pandora starts playing music style based on the song or artist you entered:
  • To personalize your radio, you can click on "add variety" (link provided below the name of the radio you are listening)
  • In the window that opens, enter the name of another artist, song or composer and Pandora music will provide a list of related music tracks.
  • Click the thumbs up to tell Pandora that you like the song you're listening and to include more similar songs to your station.
  • If you never want to hear more a song anymore, click the thumbs-down.
  • To create a new radio station, enter the name of the artist, song or composer in Box "New Station" and press Enter.


Pandora is restricted to users from the United States, New Zealand or Australia. However, there is a trick to seamlessly access the service outside of these

countries (see here)
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Crea una estación de radio personalizada en Pandora
By Carlos-vialfa on February 1, 2013
Original article published by Carlos-vialfa. Translated by jak58.
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