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Published on May 17th, 2011 | by David Dombrosky


Podcast Episode 83 - CloudTix and the Mobile Ticketing Experience

This episode serves as a farewell to Amelia Northrup who has been working with the Technology in the Arts for the past two years while she completed her Master in Arts Management degree at Carnegie Mellon. We wish her the best of luck in her new adventures in the field!

CloudTix allows a venue's patrons to select seats and purchase tickets with an easy-to-use mobile app
CloudTix allows a venue’s patrons to select seats and purchase tickets with an easy-to-use mobile app

In this episode, Amelia talks with Bill Predmore, Founder and President of POP - an interactive marketing agency crafting innovative experiences for the web, mobile devices and emerging technologies. Their discussion focuses on CloudTix, a new platform for mobile ticketing experiences which allows patron’s to learn more about a performance, view multimedia content, select their seats, and purchase tickets from within an easy-to-use mobile application.

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About the Author

David Dombrosky is the Executive Director of the Center for Arts Management and Technology, an applied research center at Carnegie Mellon University investigating ways in which technology can improve and enhance the practice of arts management and, when appropriate, developing technology solutions that meet critical needs in the field. David has presented technology workshops and panels for a numerous arts conferences and convenings. Additionally, he teaches a course on cultural policy and advocacy for Carnegie Mellon’s Master of Arts Management program. Prior to joining the CAMT team, David spent eight years at the Southern Arts Federation, where he designed and managed both regional and national programs in the visual, performing, media and literary arts. David currently serves on the board of directors for the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture as well as the Art and Technology Advisory Committee for the Pittsburgh Technology Council. In 2007, David received the Emerging Leader Award from Americans for the Arts. He holds a M.A. in Communication Studies and B.A. degrees in Psychology and Speech Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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