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Social Media Strategies for Community Theaters: @oncemusical Does Campaigns the Right Way

Hang on to your hats, because this Instagram account takes custom hashtags to a whole new level! Meet the @oncemusical Instagram account; this account isn’t for an established performing arts venue (such as @metopera) or dance troupe (like @balletboyz)…it’s for a specific production! @oncemusical While I don’t suggest that community theaters set up a production-specific […]
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True Fans Lose Again: Sam Smith and Secondary Ticketing Market Transparency

Once again, the secondary ticketing market is causing problems for true fans and music lovers around the globe. Of course, the nature of supply and demand will often leave would-be concertgoers disappointed when they can’t secure tickets to their favorite act; however, it’s an entirely different matter when purchased tickets become re-released into secondary ticketing […]
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Transparency in the Secondary Ticketing Market: U.K. Government Joins the Battle for Protecting Consumer Rights

On February 24th, the U.K. Government took important steps towards protecting the rights of consumers wishing to purchase event tickets through secondary ticketing markets, such as StubHub, Viagogo and Seatwave. In the hopes of protecting fans from fraud (and discouraging scalpers from buying tickets in bulk) the House of Lords and House of Commons have […]
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Ticketing News: An Update in the Ticketmaster Class Action Settlement

If you’ve been following along with our blog, you might remember a few of our posts from July of last year regarding the much-debated Ticketmaster.com Class Action Settlement, Curt Schlesinger et al. v. Ticketmaster. If not, here are links to our previous posts covering this important ticketing concern: What You Need to Know About the […]
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