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sshapiro
Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0813.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSSeth Shapiro joins the podcast to discuss the world of sports filmmaking, fresh off of a trip with the NFL in China. Shapiro talks not only about the air of filmmaking, but also the production angle, where there are time limitations

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ELaPointe
Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0669.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSEric LaPointe hugs the small difference between the primary and secondary, working in both arenas. First with the Miami Heat, Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers in the primary side, and then transitioning over to ScoreBig and Ticket Galaxy, where he cultivates business

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Understand Added Value
Blog Posts

Movie theaters and sports franchises may use added value exclusives in order to draw customer product purchases, but they do so at entirely different point-of-sale barriers. While franchises use the Bobblehead to get the ticket purchased to a game, theaters have long been motivated by access to summer blockbusters that

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NBA
Blog Posts

The NBA 2014-15 regular season wound down completely from April 13-15, 2015 with the last vestiges of home games finished off. Remarkably, ticket dumping didn’t happen in most cases, although there were some startling bad GIPs for a few games, it was not the norm overall. April 13, 2015 The

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NBA Resale Market
Blog Posts

The NBA began to wind down its season during the week of April 6-12, 2015 with few games on the slate as every team aimed toward the playoffs. There is always a week in between the NBA and NHL playoffs, with the ability of both to rest their players and

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NBA Secondary Recap
Blog Posts

The NBA secondary market for March 30-April 5, saw some incredible action by the San Antonio Spurs-Miami Heat contest on March 31, which had the highest MCAP ($1.56 million) out of all of the resales during that period. The Golden State Warriors-Dallas Mavericks matchup shined, hitting $1.118 million MCAP against

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NBA
Blog Posts

March 23, 2015 The Memphis Grizzlies-New York Knicks battle at Madison Square Garden opened up with a surprising Monday $1.4 million MCAP with 3,682 SVG sitting out on the marketplace. But that doesn’t mean it was a good thing for resellers, as the ARP was $53.86 against a $77.46 MLP

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MAVsSuns
Blog Posts

Secondary Market Glossary March 16 – Cavaliers-Heat continues to amaze with huge market cap A $4.9 million overall market cap on a Monday night is nothing to sneeze at, especially when it comes at a classic Cavaliers-Heat matchup down in Miami. A $705,012.29 MCAP per day bested the rest of

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NBAoverview
Blog Posts

The NBA had an inventory issue at the Barclays Center for The Brooklyn Nets’ three games March 2-8, 2015. The BC averaged 3,693 seats available for sale on the secondary market for its three contests, including a 4,430-seat availability offering on March 4 against the Charlotte Hornets. Sell pricing began

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Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

I had this idea last night during a Twitter chat – #Social4tixsales: A4 – What about a 5-game seat upgrade pack? Each game has a better seat location. Best way to “test drive” a location. #social4tixsales — Troy Kirby (@SportsTao) September 4, 2013   The idea came out of me

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