Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has launched Evolve Entertainment Fund – an alliance between the City of Los Angeles and industry leaders in entertainment and the non-profit sector to cultivate more diversity in film, television, and music. The initiative is set to create more opportunities for women, people of color, and low-income Angelenos pursuing careers in the entertainment industry through internships, focused mentoring, and an ongoing series of workshops and panels.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the largest civil rights organization in the US, has announced its yearly LGBTQ Corporate Equality Index (CEI) scores, and Live Nation leads with a perfect score of 100, certifying our company as a Best Place to Work for people identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ).
Live Nation employees bring unforgettable music experiences to 70 million fans globally each year, and our employees and work culture drive our thriving business. Since our company's staff is made up of people with a diverse range of backgrounds, we wanted to gain more insight into diversity at Live Nation and what makes a great workplace culture. We caught up with Elizabeth Morrison, Live Nation's VP of Diversity & Inclusion, to learn more about growing D&I trends at Fortune 500 companies, the newest D&I initiative at Live Nation, and tips for contributing to an inclusive
Manchester PRIDE also known as The Big Weekend recently took place with Ticketmaster leading the charge as the official ticketing agent.
Manchester PRIDE also known as The Big Weekend recently took place with Ticketmaster leading the charge as the official ticketing agent. Manchester and London teams descended on the city to take their place in box offices, and on Ticketmaster's official Manchester PRIDE float. 35 Ticketmaster staff manned three box offices (one being 24/7) across the three days to ensure that the 40K+ Pride revelers had access to one of the biggest and longest running LGBTQ celebrations in the UK.