Pandora is a human curated music platform and does not operate like other interactive digital streaming services. What this means is that even when we deliver an artist's album to Pandora, it does not mean that it will go live in their platform (anytime soon or even at all). Pandora's curating team determines what content will go live and this is outside of the control of Catapult (Or any distributor).
While Catapult will certainly deliver your content to Pandora if you authorize it, we cannot guarantee that it will go live because actual human music specialists at Pandora decide what content will go live in their platform.
Pandora's curating team is always looking for break-out independent artists, and they use various information sources to make the determination of whether an artist should be added to their platform, but again, we cannot guarantee that your content will be approved by their music specialists. Further, Pandora does not currently notify Catapult of whether content has been accepted or not. If approved, the content will simply go live in their platform. So your best bet is to search for your content in their platform and if you don't see it, wait and search later.
Catapult would love to see every single album we deliver to Pandora go live in their platform. Unfortunately, that is simply not how Pandora is designed as they pride themselves in their ability to curate music content that they think their listener base desires.