Christie Eliezer, Journalist

Christie Eliezer

Christie Eliezer is the Melbourne-based Australasian Bureau Chief of Pollstar and industry columnist for Mixdown. He was a long-time senior journalist with The Music Network, weekly columnist for Immedia!, Special Project Editor at Beat and Australian/New Zealand Bureau Chief for Billboard. Getting his start as Features Editor at Juke and Contributing Editor of Rolling Stone Australia, his half a dozen books include High Voltage: 7 Movers & Shakers of the Australian Music Industry and the Music Managers Forum’s Introduction to the Music Industry.

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Industry / Feature
Why Governments Should – Or Shouldn’t – Fund More Music Festivals

Why Governments Should – Or Shouldn’t – Fund More Music Festivals

Industry / News
Eventfinda Aims To Disrupt Australia’s Ticketing Sector With TixSuite

Eventfinda Aims To Disrupt Australia’s Ticketing Sector With TixSuite

Industry / Feature
Can Commercial Radio Reclaim Their Gen Z Audience?

Can Commercial Radio Reclaim Their Gen Z Audience?

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Venue News: Fundraising, Launches, Closures, Backlashes & More

Venue News: Fundraising, Launches, Closures, Backlashes & More

Industry / Feature
Are Australian Festivals Heading For A Headliner Drought?

Are Australian Festivals Heading For A Headliner Drought?

Industry / News
How Nightclubs Are Working To Bring Back The Crowds

How Nightclubs Are Working To Bring Back The Crowds

Industry / Feature
How Giving Away CDs Helps Indie Acts Make New Fans

How Giving Away CDs Helps Indie Acts Make New Fans

Industry / Feature
Ten Examples Of Musicians & Managers In Meltdown

Ten Examples Of Musicians & Managers In Meltdown

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Another Australian Stadium Adopts Facial Recognition Technology

Another Australian Stadium Adopts Facial Recognition Technology

Industry / Feature
Superfans To Pay More At Live Events As ‘Dynamic Pricing’ Heads To Australia

Superfans To Pay More At Live Events As ‘Dynamic Pricing’ Heads To Australia