TixFan Press Coverage
From Vice Magazine to The New York Times TixFan Founder & CEO, Ken Lowson, has appeared all over the world to speak out about his expertise in the ticketing industry. Live events, ticket brokers, bots, and Ticketmaster corruption are just a few items on his agenda.
"The whole system is rigged."
Probably a third of the tickets went to bots, another third went to brokers who were just like fans, pounding away at the keyboard, but better trained, more aggressive at it, and maybe a third of them went to fans.
"The Man Who Broke Ticketmaster."
The most infamous ticket scalper of all time used bots to buy millions of tickets. Now he wants to stop them.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
"Probation, Not Prison, for Scalpers."
Wiseguy Tickets, which made more than $25 million in profit from 2002 to 2009 by buying and reselling more than one million tickets to Bruce Springsteen concerts, playoff games at Yankee Stadium and other popular events.