The biggest winners in 2018 will be at the 2017 Christmas music auctions, with an estimated $2 billion in sales, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
The biggest losers, however, are the top artists, who will get paid a pittance in the end.
But there are signs that things are changing.
A new survey by Nielsen Music finds that more people are choosing to buy tickets to live musical events online.
It’s been a decade since Nielsen Music last did the annual survey, and this year’s results show a significant uptick in online purchasing.
“People are now getting more into the digital world and making it part of their lives,” said Tim Miller, a Nielsen Music analyst.
“In the past, people used to just go out and buy tickets at the store.”
The average price of tickets on StubHub has jumped from $7.50 in 2010 to $22.99 in 2018.
The average selling price for the year was $30.57.
Nielsen Music said it also found a significant increase in the number of people who bought their tickets online.
For the full year, the average selling ticket on Stubhub was $22,921.
For 2017, the median selling ticket was $18,848.
“We think that people are just using the web to try to get tickets,” said Miller.
The survey of 1,300 people conducted in the U, U.K., Germany and Japan shows a trend toward more and more people buying tickets online, rather than buying them at the box office.
And the number purchasing tickets online is up significantly for every country.
In 2018, the number buying tickets on Ticketmaster.com in the United States was the highest since Nielsen started collecting data on the site in 2012, Nielsen said.
But for the U., the number was down from the same year.
In 2017, there were more people in the country buying tickets from the Internet, the survey showed.
In 2019, the percentage of people buying their tickets at ticketmaster.ca was at the highest level in the past 10 years, at 56 percent, according.
But this year, it fell to a low of 56 percent.
That may be due to the popularity of live music, which has been on the decline, as a result of the popularity and popularity of shows like The Grinch and The Phantom Menace.
It also could be due more people making purchases online.
But it’s important to note that Nielsen Music’s survey was done after the end of the year.
The full-year numbers are still in development.
For now, Nielsen Music is still analyzing the data.
The 2018 annual survey is expected to be released next week.
The U. S. Census Bureau said that in 2018, 3.1 million Americans are eligible to purchase tickets to a live event, and that the number is expected a drop to 2.4 million.
That’s because fewer people are actually going to the event, Nielsen reported.
Nielsen said the number that is actually purchased is probably not a good representation of the actual amount of people purchasing tickets.
For example, a person might be purchasing tickets for a wedding that includes entertainment by Broadway and live bands, but it might not be clear who the actual guests are.
Nielsen also said that the percentage people buying on StubscheduledEvent.com and Ticketmaster is probably the best way to measure the number attending a concert, since both are not directly tracking the actual attendance at the concert.
“The good news is that the popularity trend continues,” said Nielsen Music.
“For the last decade, the ticket buying has been up, but the overall number of concerts has dropped.”
And there are still many reasons people don’t go to live music.
The majority of people said that they don’t buy tickets for sports or concerts.
In 2020, that number was 49 percent.
And in 2017, it was 39 percent.
The same survey found that 62 percent of people don,t, or are not sure what kind of music they like to hear, with 40 percent of those people saying they don,’t, or aren’t sure.
And more than half of those respondents said that people would rather have their tickets for free than buy them.
“I’m not really sure how the audience is changing,” said Jim Henson, a senior vice president at Nielsen Music, in an interview with Billboard.
“There’s still a great amount of enthusiasm around live entertainment, and it’s just not growing.
And it’s probably more people who aren’t going out and buying tickets.”
This is just one survey, but one in a series.
Nielsen conducted a similar survey for its 2017 annual survey and it found a similar trend.
Nielsen is now working on a study for 2020 that will include a bigger sample size.
“You have to be very careful when you’re talking about ticket sales,” said Henson.
“It’s hard to say what’s driving the increase in interest