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Reporting On Ticket Prices

Following on the heels of the popular ticket price article from June 1st, 2006 the Wall Street Journal published an article by Jacob Hale Russell on June 4th that reports on the "The Price Is Right. Or Is It?" session from the 2006 ASOL conference. According to the article, it appears my forecasts weren't far [...]
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Ticket Prices: The Topic With Staying Power

My wife sent me a copy of an article appearing in the 05/30/06 online edition of CNN.com about ticket prices at amusement parks. It seems that one of the largest parks, Cedar Point, is bucking the industry trend and actually lowering ticket prices by $5.00 for adults. Additionally, they are cutting the price on one [...]
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A Flood of Responses To Lowering Ticket Prices

A Flood of Responses To Lowering Ticket Prices

Monday’s article on the reduced ticket price initiative at the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra has generated a great deal of private responses from professionals inside the business. More impressive than the number of responses was the sheer variety of opinions, I simply can’t think of another issue here at Adaptistration which generated such an assortment […]

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Lower Ticket Prices = Jail Time

Lower Ticket Prices = Jail Time

There was an interesting article in the 11/23/05 edition of the L.A. Times by AP writer, Rhea Wessel, about an event which recently transpired in France. Apparently, Volker Hartung, the Cologne New Philharmonic conductor and executive administrator, was put in jail for two days while being quested over the charge that he violated French labor […]

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Ticket Prices Yet Again

There's a timely article in today's St. Louis Post Dispatch by Michael Sorkin about the 50% increase in the SLSO's lowest price concert ticket that's worth your time... My favorite part of the article is the quote from SLSO president, Randy Adams, about the price hike, "Fifteen dollars is only slightly more than the price [...]
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