Senate warnings Following Taylor Quick's mishap, Ticketmaster said "We're watching" Beyoncé ticket sales
Ticketmaster won't be able to inspire you to give up, says the US Senate. Following Beyoncé's announcement of her "Renaissance" global tour, the Senate Legal Executive Panel issued a justified (and unlucky) warning to Ticketmaster.
Beyoncé will sell her tour tickets with Ticketmaster despite what happened with Taylor Swift
Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, is under senate surveillance while it makes all the preparations to carry out sales of Beyonce's new "Renaissance" tour, this is because last year Taylor Swift's tour was sold by the same company did not turn out well at all.
Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn Takes on Ticketmaster After Taylor Swift Ticket Server Crash
Two months after millions of Taylor Swift fans were knocked offline while attempting to purchase concert tickets, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn (R - Tenn.) is joining Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) to to combat the use and operation of bots in the online ticket marketplace.
Taylor Swift has written a full-length movie and will now take the helm of it
Taylor Swift has written a screenplay, and she will now work with a significant Hollywood studio to helm it. The singer-songwriter intends to make her feature film directorial debut with an original script, according to an announcement made by Searchlight Pictures, the studio behind films like the Academy Award-winning Nomadland and The Shape of Water.
Tennessee Senator Questions FTC on Ticketmaster's Site Security After Taylor Swift Concert Ticket Crash
Simulated example of Ticketmaster's prompt after ticket sales were halted due to a site crashPhoto byNewSouthPolitics.com. Ticketmaster's Taylor Swift ticket crash around the world has led to new questions being raised of the Federal Trade Commission and its chair, Lina Kahn. In a bipartisan effort, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn (R) joined Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal (D), to press the FTC for answers regarding data security versus bot attacks that allegedly took down the nation's unofficial monopoly on concert ticket sales and distribution. Blackburn's probe comes two weeks after glitches and website outages kicked customers offline and angered hundreds of thousands fans awaiting their chance to buy tickets to Taylor Swift's latest concert series, "Eras Tour."
Opinion | Taylor Swift Fans. You Should Have Dealt With Concert Tickets in the 70s. Now An Antitrust Suit Is Next.
Taylor Swift fans jammed up a weary Ticketmaster this past week. On Friday morning, sales were frozen, due to an overflow of a record 14 million fans vying for only 1.5 million available tickets to see Taylor's "Eras" tour.
Ticketmaster’s Taylor Swift Concert Sales Debacle Leads to Public Demands For DOJ and FTC to Break Up Company
Petitions and government interference have been requested due to accusations of a monopoly. Taylor Swift and TicketmasterMoveOn.org (media purposed) This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:Wikipedia.org and MoveOn.org.
Will Taylor Swift Avenge Pearl Jam’s Loss to Ticketmaster?
The legal issue here is very simple: Ticketmaster has become a monopoly. For the upcoming Taylor Swift concert tour, Ticketmaster is the only way to buy first-run, rather than resale tickets. To be clear, many sites, such as Stubhub, SeatGeek, and the like have become legal ticket resellers - basically digital scalpers, as we used to think of them. But to actually go online and buy a Taylor Swift concert ticket, it’s Ticketmaster or nothing.
Taylor Swift Fans Have Epic Meltdown When Ticketmaster Has Outage Before Tour Tickets Set to Release
On Tuesday morning, just before tickets were set to release for Taylor Swift's Era's Tour, Ticketmaster had an outage and Swifties were in an absolute panic. According to The Daily Mail, "Some fans complained of not being able to access the site at all, while others faced a litany of issues including the website denying accounts are verified when they are."