ATLANTA -- Internet radio service Pandora is expanding here in Atlanta.
According to our partners at the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the company is moving into office space in Atlantic Station.
Company officials say the 3,000 square feet of office space will house regional advertising and sales operation.
Last year alone, Pandora reported $427 million in revenue in 28 major markets.
Viacom, which owns nearly a dozen networks, including MTV, BET, VH1 and Comedy Central is bringing some of its production to Atlanta.
The group tells the Atlanta Business Chronicle they were drawn to the area by the region's lower operating costs and aggressive tax incentive program.