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Question 1: Recently, many promoters have taken advantage of online technology such as ________ and event listing sites to handle publicity, invitations, mailing lists, and so on.
BlogE-mailCollaborative softwareSocial network service

Question 2: An entertainment/wrestling/boxing promoter is a person or company in the business of marketing and promoting concerts, boxing matches, wrestling events, ________, raves, nightclubs or other live events.
FestivalChristmasReligious festivalEaster

Question 3: Depending on the arrangement they may also handle ________, ticket sales, door policies, decorations, and booking of entertainers.
Airport securityComputer securityInformation securitySecurity

Question 4: There are often disputes over money in the promotions industry because it is largely cash business with a history of corruption and uneven ________.
Document management systemEnterprise content managementArchiveRecords management

Question 5: In addition there are many ________ complexities to manage, particularly for large events: revenue, expenses, and oversight of parking, coat checks, concession vendor sales (e.g.
Sarbanes–Oxley ActProto-ElamiteAccountancyBalance sheet

Question 6: Historically, promotion has been a ________, with companies operated by one or several well-connected charismatic individuals, often working part-time.
Putting-out systemSpinning (textiles)WeavingIndustrial Revolution

Question 7: At a minimum the event promoter manages publicity and ________.
Advertising researchBrandProduct placementAdvertising

Question 8: CDs and t-shirts), box office so-called "________", in kind trades, promotional give-away items used to lure guests (e.g.
Credit cardFeeInsuranceAtlanta metropolitan area

Question 9: Many promoters are ________ or musicians themselves, and perform at their own event.
Disc jockeyHip hop musicScratchingTurntablism

Question 10: Promoters are typically hired on contract by entertainment venues, earning an agreed-to fee or a ________ (colloquially known as a "cut").
Record labelMusic industryCopyrightRoyalties


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