The Internet radio debate continues to heat up with the news that Apple is prepping to go prime time in the space. Shares in Pandora and Sirius XM took a licking in trading on the announcement -- but investors should keep an eye on the real story. While the media would have you believe there can be only one victor in the battle for radio supremacy between Apple, Sirius XM, Pandora, and many more, Motley Fool analyst Blake Bos has a different viewpoint worth considering.
Watch the video below as Blake breaks down some of the key companies in this space, and let us know if you agree with him, or think otherwise, in the comments section below.
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