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RCN Capital continues to expand its financing options for brokers reinforcing its position as the only financing company working specifically for the secondary market and brokers. As we move into 2015 RCN Capital is formally announcing the availability of five separate forms of financing.
Los Premios Grammy Latinos son galardones para los artistas latinos que han obtenido reconocimiento y prestigio por su trabajo musical durante el pasado año. Este año 2014, los Premios Grammy Latinos tomarán lugar en el MGM Grand Garden Arena el jueves 20 de noviembre desde las 5pm este, 4pm centro. La 15ª entrega del Latin Grammy será transmitida en vivo por Univisión.
The Latin Grammy awards are awarded to Latin artists for their extraordinary musical talent over the past year. This year, the 2014 Latin Grammy Awards will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Thursday, November 20 at 5pm eastern time, 4pm central time. The 15th annual show will be broadcast by Univision.
RCN Capital recently launched a new financing program for ticket brokers, and the response to this program has been extremely positive. This financing option is the first unsecured form of financing offered by RCN Capital.
In the continuing saga of TicketNetwork, Inc. versus The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and David Fay, it’s President and CEO, Fay and the Bushnell have once more lost a major legal battle.
Earlier this year Stubhub made a pivot in the way consumers are presented fees when using their service to purchase tickets. Under the previous model, interested buyers were provided the seller’s list price, and then calculated fees & shipping fees were tacked on at the checkout.
Recently an article on ticket scalping appeared in The Bulletin, a newspaper in Oregon that was not particularly remarkable in any way, but did highlight through its predictable reporting the lack of understanding, and sometimes pure deficient journalism on this subject.
It is Game one of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees and all of America is yearning for a ticket to the game. Fans want to stand by their city – bask in the highs and lows, the glory of each home run and strikeout, and even the pain of a heartbreaking loss.