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HITS HIGH FIVE: TRICKS OVER TREATS

We’ve spent almost two days drowning our Dodger sorrows in small-batch whiskey and leftover Halloween candy, The keyboard is sticky and our vision is blurry, but we’re still able to bring you the best of the week. Barely.

Rob Stringer is in London this week to receive the 2017 Music Industry Trusts Award and he has been sharing his thoughts with the British media about his tenure atop Sony Music.

City of Hope threw a lavish gala in Santa Monica, honoring Red Light topper Coran Capshaw with the Spirit of Life Award. It attracted a high-powered crowd. See who made it out for the shindig.

We pondered the question: Is the risk-reward ratio sufficient for ticket-bundling to continue?

Strong quarterly results were released by Live Nation, Apple and Sony.

And the U.S. Department of Justice approved a settlement that clears the way for Entercom's merger with CBS Radio.

 

I.B. BAD ON THE RAINMAKERS OF 2017
Around the horn (12/13a)
ROCK HALL PICKS CARS, DIRE STRAITS
Bon Jovi leads the way... (12/13a)
ASK THE GRAMMY WHISPERER
Factoids galore (12/13a)
THE SCIENCE OF PUTTING BUTTS
IN SEATS
It's a growth business, says Live Nation's Bob Roux. (12/13a)
WHAT MAKES YOUR
TOP 20
Take a Luke. (12/13a)
MORE GRAMMY SECRETS
The biz talks committee.
NOT PIZZA AGAIN!
Seriously, can we order something else?
A BIG FAT DEAL
With a gigantic check. Soon.
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