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TicketBiscuit is a Birmingham, Alabama-based online ticketing company. The company provides a proprietary, Web-based event management system to help small and midsize entertainment venues, including promoters, colleges, churches, theaters, nightspots, comedy clubs and individual artists – sell their own tickets online. TicketBiscuit is considered to be an independent, lower cost alternative to Ticketmaster.
Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is an American ticket sales and distribution company based in Beverly Hills, California with operations in many countries around the world. In 2010 it merged with Live Nation under the name Live Nation Entertainment.
TicketBiscuit was founded by Jeff Gale in 2001.
In 2008 the company launched BattlePass, which it calls the first ticketing system built specifically for combat sports. It also built WhistleTix, a ticketing system for tourist railroads, and Promotozoa, a tool that provides a link allowing visitors to client Web sites to share information about upcoming events.
The same year the company also announced integrations with the event listing site Eventful and the social networking site Facebook.
Eventful is an online calendar and events discovery service owned by Entercom. The service allows users to search for and track upcoming entertainment events in their area involving specific performers, indicate and share their intent to attend certain events, and indicate their "demand" for certain acts to appear in their region.
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In 2009 the company added a suite of mobile ticketing features to provide event organizers and venues with Web pages optimized for viewing on mobile phones and give [clients] customers the ability to purchase tickets via these mobile-optimized Web pages.
TicketBiscuit has a company blog where the authors provide "commentary, research, rants, and reviews."
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