Personal radio service Pandora wants to get into offices and other businesses, as well as homes, cars and mobile phones. The company has revealed a partnership with commercial music company DMX, which will be integrating Pandora into its offering for “business establishments” according to a blog post.

“It is a very affordable solution that enables all types of businesses from car dealerships to medical offices to salons and coffee shops to play Pandora,” notes the company, citing dental surgeries and bars as additional possibilities. The move is based on demand from small businesses, according to Pandora. “I’ve also been saving a long list of emails from business owners, large and small, who have written to us in growing numbers since we launched Pandora asking when we might offer Pandora for use in a commercial setting…”

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