Myspace to enter ticket selling business

6 April, 2008 at 1:39 pm Leave a comment

MySpaceTicketNews.com
3 April 2008

“Social networking goliath Myspace.com is aiming to take on Ticketmaster and Live Nation under a new plan to begin selling concert tickets.”

“The website, which boasts millions of users, is reportedly looking for ways of improving sales figures beyond their main revenue generator of advertising. According to Bloomberg, besides concert tickets the site is also planning on selling digital music, similar to iTunes, in a venture with several of the major record labels. Myspace has more than 30 million registered users and more than 5 million music artist/band profiles on its site.” MORE DETAILS >>

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