Theatergoers Prefer Slow Return To Broadway, Survey Finds
Broadway’s doors have been closed since March, and even when the Great White Way does open again, theatergoers won’t be ready to head back to shows, according to a new survey. A new study, released by the national marketing research company Shugoll Research, found that theater fans will return... Read more
Survey Shows Consumers Hesitant To Return To Concert Crowds
While the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, the live event industry, as well as the sporting world, has been completely halted. Movie theaters, restaurants, churches, and all Broadway shows have closed. At this point, people are being ordered to stay inside, but according to a new survey, people... Read more
New Study Shows Facial Recognition Technology Is Racially Biased
Artists and fans have been fighting the idea of facial recognition over the past few years, and now, a new study has revealed that the technology can be racially biased. According to the federal study conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology this past December, which was... Read more
Going To Concerts Linked To Longer Life By UK Research
Concert junkies, you’re in luck — UK researchers are suggesting that the more concerts you attend equates to a longer life expectancy. More than 6,000 adults in England who were at least 50-years-old, with the average number of people age 65, participated in a study by the BMJ from... Read more
New Report Shows Live Music Ticket Sales Expected to Exceed $25 Billion By 2023
Live music sales are expected to soar even more in the future years. According to a Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2019-2023 report, live music sales will exceed $25 billion by 2023. The study, which was first reported by IQ Mag, shows that live music sales will increase with... Read more