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Panel on Secondary Ticketing – Live Music Exchange Newcastle, June 2016 [video]

Open Mic Controller | 2nd July 2018

The secondary ticket market has been in the news again recently, with minister for digital and the creative industries Margot James urging consumers consumers to boycott Viagogo, as National Trading Standards launches an investigation into the company and FIFA files a criminal complaint against it. Meanwhile, a new body has […]


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Labour Live and the difference between a rally and a gig – Adam Behr

Open Mic Controller | 2nd July 2018

This week’s blog is a repost of an article by Live Music Exchange’s Adam Behr in The Conversation that discusses some of the background to, and complications surrounding, the relationship between popular musical and political events following the ‘Labour Live’ festival. An embarrassing, cut-price failure or a triumphant intersection of political debate […]



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Panel on Secondary Ticketing – Live Music Exchange Newcastle, June 2016 [video]

Open Mic Controller | 7th June 2018

Panel on Secondary Ticketing – Live Music Exchange Newcastle, June 2016 The secondary ticket market has been in the news again recently, with minister for digital and the creative industries Margot James urging consumers consumers to boycott Viagogo, as National Trading Standards launches an investigation into the company […]



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Interview with Gavin Sharp, Chief Executive, Inner City Music (owner/operator of Band on the Wall)

Open Mic Controller | 15th May 2018

Band on the Wall in Manchester is one of the city’s longest-running music venues. This interview with its Chief Executive highlights some of the difficulties in running a small music venue in 2017 and shows that even Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisations are not necessarily immune to the issues […]





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Mediation and Liveness in DJ Performance

Open Mic Controller | 15th May 2018

This week’s blog by Kim Ramstedt is a discussion of issues related to the study of superstar DJs and follows the recent death of Swedish DJ Avicii. Superstar DJs frequently perform on the main stages of pop music festivals, and festivals built predominantly around DJ performances and electronic dance music […]



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