Concert discovery and ticketing firm Songkick is suing Live Nation and its subsidiary Ticketmaster, alleging the firms have “exploited their monopoly power” by engaging in anti-competitive behaviour.
The promoting giant is accused of pressuring touring artists and concert venues to not work with Songkick's service, reports the Wall Street Journal.
New York-based Songkick filed a lawsuit in the US District Court in Los Angeles, saying that Beverly Hills-based Live Nation broke federal antitrust laws.
Songkick, which merged with white ...
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