Lab Podcast — Episode 69
The Future of Live Concerts feat. Ian Daly, Head of Brand Strategy, Live Nation
Episode 69 - The Future of Live Events | Floor 9 on acast
In this week's episode, co-hosts Adam and Scott interviewed Ian Daly, Head of Brand Strategy at Live Nation, one of the…
In this week’s episode, co-hosts Adam and Scott interviewed special guest Ian Daly, Head of Brand Strategy at Live Nation, one of the biggest live entertainment and ticketing companies in the world. Ian shared his sharp insights on the current state and the future of the live entertainment industry, and we chatted about everything from drive-in concerts, musicians going live on Instagram, to the new media habits that fans recently picked up. Before the interview, Adam and Scott round up the weekly news and get excited about sports returning.
As usual, you can find co-hosts Adam and Scott on Twitter at @adamjsimon & @tippier. DM them your thoughts and feedback. Join us every Friday at 2pm ET on www.twitch.tv/ipg_lab for our Office Hours live sessions.
- Facebook says it will permanently shift tens of thousands of jobs to remote work [The Verge]
- HBO Max debuts without the two most popular streaming platforms, Roku or Amazon [USA Today]
- The NHL is the first major US sports league to announce its return [NYT]
- Google is testing voice-based authentication for payments made via Google Assistant [AndroidPolice]
“When we talk about the future of live, at its core, it’s gonna look a lot like what we are familiar with, but we are going to pick up some new habits across different media that help fans engage in deeper and broader ways around those big events too.”
“One thing we saw from our fan survey was that what they want now is more interactive experiences.”
— Ian Daly, Head of Brand Strategy, Live Nation