Articles tagged “entertainment”

Business Travel

Tzell Travel Advisor Turned Eric Clapton and Pink Floyd Into Fans of Her Tour-Planning

As a travel advisor focusing on the entertainment industry, Amy Keeling has been practicing personalization for years, although not in the way the tech world thinks about it. Keeling has become an expert in ensuring comfort for her roster of rock bands as she learned their unique preferences over the last 25 years.

Tzell Travel Advisor Turned Eric Clapton and Pink Floyd Into Fans of Her Tour-Planning

Hotels

Netflix and Streaming Video Are Replacing Hotel Pay-Per-View Entertainment

If the advent of artificial-intelligence-driven smart speakers like Google Home and Amazon Echo is any indication, the Internet of Things is that much closer to becoming a reality, even when we check into our hotel rooms.

Netflix and Streaming Video Are Replacing Hotel Pay-Per-View Entertainment

Hotels

Hilton Worldwide to Phase Out Porn on In-Room TVs

Is Hilton Worldwide's decision a victory against sexual exploitation or a prudish move that limits freedom of expression? The debate will continue to rage as adults who believe the latter will continue to stream movies to their own liking.

Hilton Worldwide to Phase Out Porn on In-Room TVs

Tourism

Broadway Tickets Can Be Used on Multiple Dates for First Time Ever

Travelers are becoming more sophisticated thanks to mobile devices that help them make last-minute decisions depending on their day. Responding to customers' desire for flexibility will help sales through the holiday season.

Broadway Tickets Can Be Used on Multiple Dates for First Time Ever

Hotels

Cirque du Soleil Gets Entrepreneurial with a New Growth Strategy

Cirque du Soleil has been widely popular with Vegas visitors for more than a decade, but consumers are demanding more participative and interactive activities. Cirque finds a home for its projects and a steady flow of new customers through its continue hospitality partnerships.

Cirque du Soleil Gets Entrepreneurial with a New Growth Strategy

Tourism

Steve Wynn Thinks Las Vegas Is Sick of Cirque du Soleil

Steve Wynn Thinks Las Vegas Is Sick of Cirque du Soleil

Airlines

Southwest Is Launching Beats Music Service on Its Flights

Southwest is certainly on an upward trajectory and the good times keep on rolling for the airline. The fruits of its labor with the recent rebranding and seeing record profits are now reaching passengers by giving them a brand to use that they already know and love. Let's see what other airlines may follow.

Southwest Is Launching Beats Music Service on Its Flights

Tourism

NYC Tourism Fuels Increase in Broadway’s Revenue and Attendance

Broadway revenues are up significantly over 2012 when Hurricane Sandy shut down the industry, but not as much as expected since the Super Bowl failed to translate into higher show attendance.

NYC Tourism Fuels Increase in Broadway’s Revenue and Attendance

Tourism

Las Vegas Strip Gets Its First Chinese-Produced Show

The Chinese-produced show has the potential to introduce a new culture to tourists from around the world, but that doesn't necessarily translate into more visits for China.

Las Vegas Strip Gets Its First Chinese-Produced Show

Airlines

JetBlue and Southwest Will Air the Super Bowl Live on Sunday Night Flights

Southwest and JetBlue's in-flight entertainment allows them to surprise and please passengers in ways other airlines can't or don't care to.

JetBlue and Southwest Will Air the Super Bowl Live on Sunday Night Flights