Mitchell Peters

Correspondent

Mitchell Peters has worked in Billboard's Los Angeles office since 2006. He writes for Billboard Magazine, Billboard.biz and Billboard.com, and serves as the West Coast editor for Billboard.biz.

Judge Rules In Favor of Ticketmaster

Judge Rules In Favor of Ticketmaster

A federal judge in California has issued a default judgment and permanent injunction against RMG Technologies to stop creating, trafficking in, or facilitating the use of computer programs that allow its clients to circumvent the protection systems on Ticketmaster's Web site.
JDub Records To Host Free Anniversary Concerts

JDub Records To Host Free Anniversary Concerts

Nonprofit record label and even production company JDub Records will celebrate its five-year anniversary with free concerts this summer in New York, Denver, Cleveland and Los Angeles. Since launching, JDub Records has worked to develop and promote Jewish artists.
Boy George Denied U.S. Visa For Planned Tour

Boy George Denied U.S. Visa For Planned Tour

Culture Club frontman Boy George's North American summer tour is in doubt after U.S. authorities refused to issue him a visa, citing looming legal issues overseas.
Boy George Denied U.S. Visa For Planned Tour

Boy George Denied U.S. Visa For Planned Tour

Culture Club frontman Boy George's North American summer tour is in doubt after U.S. authorities refused to issue him a visa, citing looming legal issues overseas.
Touring Vet Mooney Dies

Touring Vet Mooney Dies

Touring industry veteran Michael "Tom" Mooney died June 15 of a heart attack at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He was 64.

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