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Ticketmaster Partners With MarketShare On Dynamic Ticket Pricing Tools
Published April 19, 2011
AN EMERGING TREND: In L.A., Alex Pham notes Ticketmaster is “not the first company to explore dynamic ticket pricing.” ScoreBig, a “Hollywood startup founded by former sports and concert industry veterans, has been testing a proprietary ticketing system that automatically adjusts prices according to how fast they’re selling or how well similar shows have fared, among a host of factors.” The service, which “has been available to a small, invite-only audience, is set to launch to the general public later this year” (LATIMES.com, 4/18).