If you hear groveling at any point today, it’s likely remnants of Pandora execs speaking in front of Congress yesterday, where the company begged for legislation to lower music licensing fees for Internet radio. Currently, online providers pay far more than broadcast, satellite radio, and cable TV radio stations. As a result, Pandora is nowhere near profitable at more than $103 million in quarterly revenue, paying more than half of this sum to labels for content licenses. [Source VentureBeat]