Apple finally unveiled iTunes Radio, the consumer tech giant's response to Pandora's success.
Pandora shares actually moved higher on the news initially, but that's just near-term relief.
In this video, longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz goes over three aspects of iTunes Radio that should alarm Pandora investors -- and one of them should also spook Sirius XM Radio shareholders.
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