A lot has been said and written about the streaming music aspects of Facebook’s upcoming music offering: Spotify, Mog, Rhapsody and others are all expected to be on board when it’s unveiled at the f8 conference next week. Now Business Insider has another piece of speculation: concert ticketing could be part of the mix too. It cites a conversation with Facebook’s games director Sean Ryan in which he talked about concert ticketing, as well as the company’s partnership with MogoTix on selling the tickets for the f8 event itself.We’ll add something a little more concrete to this rumour though. Music Ally is attending f8, and as part of registering, you’re added to the f8 Facebook event page. And on there, you can see everyone else who’s registered, with their company affiliation. While idly browsing through the list, we spotted one Michael Rapino. Yes, of Live Nation. While Live Nation and Ticketmaster already use Facebook on their services, sending along such a big-hitter hints at some kind of announcement. Source: Business Insider

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