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Seatwave financials reveal revenue decline in 2014

Seatwave, one of Ticketmaster’s secondary-ticketing subsidiaries, has published its financial results for 2014 through Companies House in the UK. The accounts for Seatwave Ltd reveal that its revenues fell from £7.68m...
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Despite privacy scare, Adele smashes secondary ticketing market

Yesterday was a day of highs and lows for Adele’s management team and Songkick, as they battled to ensure that tickets for the star’s 2016 tour got into the hands of real fans rather than touts. The low was a bug with...
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Seatwave buys location-based discovery app Timbre

Timbre launched in the US in 2012 as an iPhone app that “automatically locates artists performing near you and starts playing their music”, letting users swipe to skip tracks and then buy tickets to local gigs...
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New CEO for ticketing firm Seatwave

Secondary ticketing firm Seatwave has appointed Ajay Chowdhury as its new CEO, taking over from founder Joe Cohen, who stepped down earlier this year.
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Seatwave CEO Joe Cohen steps aside

Seatwave CEO Joe Cohen announced that he's stepping aside as boss of the ticketing site to take up a role as non-exec chairman.
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Seatwave criticises Radiohead paperless ticketing plans

Secondary ticketing companies are piling in with their opinions about the sale of paperless tickets for upcoming Radiohead concerts in the UK.
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Seatwave launches ticketing APIs with Echo Nest deal

European ticketing firm Seatwave has unveiled its API, which lets developers integrate its service into their apps and take 35% of net revenues as affiliate commissions.
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Seatwave launches ticketing APIs with Echo Nest deal

European ticketing firm Seatwave has unveiled its API, which lets developers integrate its service into their apps and take 35% of net revenues as affiliate commissions.
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Seatwave launches iOS SDK for app developers to use

The latest music API being offered up for app developers to tinker with comes from ticketing firm Seatwave.
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Music Ally Report : 99-cent problem?

- 99-cent problem? - Beyond LimeWire - Linn on why downloading doesn't mean 'low-quality' - Market Profile: Chile - Opinion: Joe Cohen, CEO, Seatwave
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Could Michael Jackson death spark secondary ticketing meltdown?

A storm may be brewing in the secondary ticketing market, following the death of Michael Jackson last night. With 750,000 tickets sold for his planned run of gigs at London's The O2 venue - many of which have been re-sold...