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Ticketmaster Canada Names New COO as Local Competition Grows

Patti-Anne Tarlton joins the Live Nation unit as Ticketfly and other new rivals in the Canadian market aim to reduce service fees on tickets.

Redbox Selling Tickets to Live Events

The DVD-renter rolled out a new service in Philadelphia that could eventually compete with Ticketmaster.

Music’s Pandora and Live Nation Disclose Executive Compensation

The concert promoter pays its CEO $11.9 million while the streamer of digital music pays its CEO less than $1 million. Neither firm turned a profit in their latest fiscal year.

Facebook Offering Tickets in Pact With Ticketmaster, Four Others

The social network last fall unveiled first moves to position itself as an entertainment hub.

Ticketmaster E-Mailing Customers About Credits They’ll Receive as Part of Class-Action Settlement

The company is giving a $1.50 credit on up to 17 tickets people bought in the past 12 years that can be used on future purchases.

Ticketmaster to Issue Refunds to Customers Who Purchased Tickets Over Last 12 Years

The website is being asked to refund $1.50 for each ticket order to customers.

AEG Takes On Ticketmaster With New Service

The Axs ticketing platform will be introduced later this year to events at San Francisco's Warfield and Regency Ballroom with the goal of eventually servicing all of AEG's 105 venues, which include…

Ticketmaster Now Selling Tickets at Walmart

The Live Nation-owned company will install kiosks in 145 stores and is already offering "4-Pack" bundles to some of the summer's hottest tours, including Motley Crue, Maroon 5 and Toby Keith.

What’s In a Concert Ticket? New Book Details ‘How the Public Got Scalped’

Co-author Dean Budnick previews 'Ticket Masters' (out June 1), which chronicles the rise of the concert industry's second greatest commodity: the piece of paper that says "admit one."