About Our Company:

1650broadwayBroadway.com features online theater ticketing and phone sales through 1.800.BROADWAY for every Broadway show, most off-Broadway shows and shows in London ‘s West End . The website also offers hotel and restaurant packaging, as well as consumer and corporate gift certificates. Broadway.com’s ticketing services target both traveling consumers and New York area theater patrons.

The site also contains the most complete editorial coverage of theater on the web, including the latest news, interviews with actors and playwrights, opening-night coverage, original theater reviews and video features. Broadway.com also offers current box office results, show synopses, credits and biographies and an in-depth Tony Awards® area.

Broadway.com is a subsidiary of Hollywood Media Corp. (NASDAQ: HOLL), which is a leading provider of news, information and ticketing covering the entertainment and media industries. The company’s network of consumer and B2B businesses has a proven track record of developing comprehensive entertainment industry databases, as well as unique and useful content for consumers. The company’s network includes: Hollywood.com, a premier movie and entertainment destination on the Internet; MovieTickets.com, one of the leading destinations for the purchase of movie tickets through the Internet; CinemaSource, the nation’s largest provider of movie show times listings on the Internet; EventSource, which licenses to websites and wireless providers the first and only nationwide online database of general events information, including live theater data and Baseline, one of the largest and most comprehensive movie and entertainment information databases.


People are talking:

“…It was Broadway’s biggest news of the day and it broke on Broadway.com.” — New York Times

“[Broadway.com] is a must see for patrons of the performing arts.” — The Pantagraph (Bloomington, IL)

“Broadway may seem a long way off to those of us out here in the Wild West. One click to [Broadway.com] will put you on the Great White Way.” — The Oregonian