Secondary ticketing: 'A parasitic business with no investment in music'

COO International, Live Entertainment, Paul Latham, tells Music Week why the the issue of secondary ticketing is one that must be tackled by a unified live music sector.

Promoters have argued for several years that secondary ticketing needs legislation. The rampant proliferation of the secondary market has created a parasitic business for profiteers who have no investment in the music industry.

This creates a huge problem for those who have long-term interests in the financial stability of the business. If ...

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