If the merged Ticketmaster and LiveNation – being called Live Nation Entertainment – is to make it through the choppy waters of a Capitol Hill antitrust slap-fight, it’ll have some high-powered help.
According to the New York Post, the newly merged giant has enlisted Hilary Rosen, the former chief of the Recording Industry Association, to map out a strategy.
It also enlisted Public Strategies, a high-powered D.C. lobbying firm and former Congressman Mel Levine, to argue its case.
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