The Wall Street Journal reports today that Amazon Music is in talks to acquire the music streaming service Pandora, which is valued at about $8 billion, and Warner Music, which has about $2 billion.
Pandora was founded in 1997, and it has a user base of more than 150 million people.
Its streaming music service, Pandora Premium, allows users to access hundreds of thousands of tracks from artists including Rihanna, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry.
Pandora Premium is a paid subscription service that allows users access to hundreds of hours of music from hundreds of artists, and its music subscription service is free.
Pandora also offers an advertising service that advertisers can use to target ads to specific users.
Pandoran Music has about 300 million subscribers and its annual revenue is about $300 million.
Pandora has been valued at more than $1 billion since it was founded.