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TicketNews Weekly Top 10 Primary and Secondary Live Event Ticket Sellers for the Week Ending 1/09/2007

TicketNews Weekly Top 10 Primary and Secondary Live Event Ticket Sellers for the Week Ending 1/09/2007

VERNON, CT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/11/07 -- TicketNews.com announces Weekly Top 10 Primary and Secondary Live Event Ticket Sellers for the week ending 1/09/2007 based on US visits.

Top 10 Primary Ticket Sellers

Seller                  This Week       Last Week

Ticketmaster                1               1
Tickets.com                 2               2
Ticketmaster Canada         3               4
Live Nation                 4               7
TicketWeb                   5               5
Telecharge                  6               8
Etix.com                    7               9
Groove Tickets              8               6
Wantickets                  9               3
Tix                        10              10

Wantickets' spike from New Year's Eve is over, causing them to slip to the number nine spot. In general, traffic for all sites is down in the post-holiday slowdown.

Top 10 Secondary Ticket Sellers

Seller                  This Week       Last Week

StubHub!                    1               1
TicketsNow                  2               2
TicketLiquidator            3               3
TickCo Premium Seating      4               4
Coast to Coast Tickets      5               5
RazorGator                  6               6
GoTickets.com               7               7
ABC Tickets                 8               8
Tickets Plus                9               9
Ticket Solutions           10              12

For the Top 20 Secondary Ticket Sellers, visit the Resources section of TicketNews.com.

Top 10 Integrated Primary and Secondary Ticket Sellers

Seller                  This Week       Last Week

Ticketmaster                1               1
StubHub!                    2               2
TicketsNow                  3               3
TicketLiquidator            4               4
Tickets.com                 5               5
TickCo Premium Seating      6               6
Coast to Coast Tickets      7               8
RazorGator                  8               9
Ticketmaster Canada         9              11
GoTickets.com              10              10

For the Top 20 Integrated Primary and Secondary Ticket Sellers, visit the Resources section of TicketNews.com.

TicketNews.com is a comprehensive industry and consumer source for news and information relating to the ticket industry. TicketNews is a one-stop source for industry news, market analysis, event announcements, cancellations, and information. TicketNews is updated daily with original articles and an aggregation of third party sources. TicketNews information is based on ticket sales from the TicketNetwork Exchange™, the world's largest secondary market exchange. For more information, visit www.TicketNews.com.

TicketNetwork is the parent company of TicketNews.com. TicketNetwork.com provides leading-edge software that powers the world's largest ticket exchange system. TicketNetwork Point-of-Sale™ software provides brokers with comprehensive online tools to manage and grow their businesses. TicketNetwork Exchange™ is a powerful ticketing tool that enables brokers to access the world's largest aggregate ticket distribution channel. TicketNetwork Web Services™ creates customized e-commerce websites in both hosted and plug-in formats for customers wishing a private labeled solution. TicketNetwork.com was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Vernon, Connecticut. For more information, visit www.TicketNetwork.com.

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