Internet radio giant Pandora has a hit on its hands, so to speak.
The ultra-personalized station, launched in December 2015, is programmed with all the music on Pandora that you've ever given a thumbs-up, showing you like the songs. It also weaves in new music based on tunes you've liked.
Pandora earlier this month announced changes to its service -- like letting users skip more songs and replay tracks if they watch an extra ad -- that give listeners more control. It's a step toward the kind of on-demand subscription music service popularized by newer rivals like Spotify and Apple Music.