Our very own Steve Winogradsky will be teaching a course on music publishing starting in September.
The course is entitled Music Publishing: Law and Business and will be provided through UCLA Extension. This course is designed for those interested in a career in music publishing as well as for business and personal managers and attorneys who desire a working knowledge of the music publishing industry.
Topics include copyright basics; songwriter agreements; setting up domestic licensing for records, motion pictures, television, print, commercials, and other areas; aspects of foreign subpublishing, including negotiating agreements, and collection societies; and dealing with ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC. Detailed discussions also cover trends and revenue opportunities in the evolving digital and New Media marketplace. Guest speakers include music industry executives and attorneys.
Required course reader available at Lu Valle Commons bookstore. Internet access required to retrieve course materials.
Cost: Through Aug 24: $555 / After: $605 plus the course reader. For attorneys, there is 34 hours of MCLE credit available.
If you are interested you can find the course listing hereon page 94.