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Video on demand

After a successful launch of live streaming as a service we've now added video on demand as a new feature to TicketCo TV. This offer yet another great tool for monetising digital content.TicketCo TV is a streaming service for digital content that is built into the...

ROKiT Drinks forms innovation partnership with TicketCo

International premium drinks company ROKiT have partnered with cloud-based payment platform TicketCo to deliver enhanced experiences to event goers. ROKiT, which has a multi-national portfolio of top-quality drinks, including ABK Beer and Bogart’s spirits, has formed...

TicketCo TV newsletter #2, 2020

Two months ago TicketCo TV did not exist. In fact the concept was not even born. Then COVID-19 struck, the event industry came to an immediate stop and something had to be done real quick. That ‘something’ was TicketCo TV. Today we are up and running with our virtual...

Just the Tonic say cheers after up-selling ABK Beers for virtual event

TicketCo’s up-sell functionality and proactive approach to supporting clients helped Just the Tonic achieve additional revenue from its inaugural live stream pay per view event.UK comedy club promoter Just The Tonic enjoyed double the volume of digital ticket sales...

TicketCo TV: A quick update

Last weekend Just The Tonic Comedy Club did its very first live streamed event through TicketCo TV. Jon Richardson, Matt Forde and Paul McCaffrey were among the comedians who made the pilot ‘Working From Home’ a success, and more shows will follow. In Norway two...

How we sold 1,000 virtual tickets at BLÅ

Guest blog by Ask Frederik Berg and Simen Herning, ACT EntertainmentOn Saturday April 25th we delivered our first full scale streaming concert with No. 4 at BLÅ, via TicketCo TV. Prior to this we did some sporadic streaming experiments via Facebook and Twitch, and we...

TicketCo TV newsletter #1, 2020

In this newsletter you can read the amazing story about how an organiser made 25,000 Euros on live streaming while being closed during COVID-19, and you will find recent updates from United Kingdom, Norway and Sweden about organisers turning crisis into new...

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