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Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Secondary ticketing, a practice many prefer to call ticket scalping, is hardly new. According to Ticketmaster’s co-founder Albert Leffler, ticket resale was already profitable in the Roman Empire and “tickets were regularly resold or bartered for a better view of the emperor”.1 Today, more...

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The Pros and Cons of iTunes Radio

The Pros and Cons of iTunes Radio

Apple may be tardy diving into the streaming market, but it might not surprise  to hear that its latest service attracted 11 million listeners in just five days. It is Apple after all, known for its blockbuster releases.  Though yet to be launched outside the United States, the service strongly...

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Inside the MIT Media Lab

Inside the MIT Media Lab

The renowned MIT Media Lab breaks boundaries and disciplines across a variety...

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Music Synchs Galore

Music Synchs Galore

Over the past fifty years, the music industry has benefitted from a steady and...

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Licensing Beyond Borders

Licensing Beyond Borders

Technology has a tremendous effect on the music industry. The proliferation of...

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Samsung Ships Out Jay-Z

Samsung Ships Out Jay-Z

True to its tagline, it looks like Samsung is intent on being “The Next Big...

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Pandora’s Provocation

Pandora’s Provocation

Pandora Media is locked in a no-holds-barred fight for profitability. The...

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Apple Takes on Radio

Apple Takes on Radio

When Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco...

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