Streaming video provider Boxee is moving past the Hulu debacle by rolling out new apps for Pandora, RadioTime, and PBS, and an alpha version of its site.
The company hosted a New York City meetup Tuesday night to feature the new additions to its site. The Pandora app will let users access content from the streaming music service via Boxee.com.
I still remember the first time I used Pandora. It was love at first sound, Boxee CEO Avner Ronen wrote in a blog post. Now it will be available on Boxee! You can listen to your quickmix, your favorite stations as well as create new stations. Music in the living room has never been better.
The Pandora offering will run on the new Boxee API, Ronen said, which will allow developers to build apps via XML pages and Python scripts.
Developers can now do pretty much whatever they want UI-wise and control the data and metadata around the media, he wrote.
Hulu, a joint video effort between News Corp. and NBC Universal, pulled its content from Boxee in February at the request of its content providers. Boxee tried to circumvent the ban with a built-in RSS reader, but service has been unstable.