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Music Publishing Radio Show ft. Corey Field

Posted April 8, 2017

by C. Field

Dear Friends,

Below is a link to the April 6, 2017 broadcast of the local Los Angeles radio program  “On the Legal Line” where I was the guest, discussing music publishing, entertainment law, and copyright.

While the broadcast is about 42 minutes long, it might be worth checking out.  Unusually for me, the program host, Dennis Kennelly, spent the first portion asking about my former life as a music publisher, so it covered the “art and philosophy” of music publishing, before we moved on to the entertainment law and copyright law topics.   

As the program is for the general listener, it stays away from technicalities and is easy listening you might enjoy, or perhaps forward to anyone interested.

My thanks to the host of the program and Alexander Rufus-Isaacs, Esq. for connecting me.   Small disclaimer: the host grandly referred to me as a “Professor” at USC Gould School of Law, where I teach entertainment law courses.  The correct title is “Lecturer in Law” (as an Adjunct) and if I appear again I will be sure they correct it.  The first three minutes of the show are “legal news” before the interview commences.


Corey Field

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