Five Towns College Professor Presents Live Webcast Course

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A professor at Five Towns College is hosting a live webcast/seminar on music publishing on Friday, November 15.

Five Towns College is pleased to announce a live webcast, led by Professor Bruce Colfin, entitled, “Music Publishing: From the Garage to Madison Square Garden.” The webcast will take place on Friday, November 15 at 1 p.m.

The course is designed to provide a continuing legal education student a foundation in music publication laws and regulations. It will provide students with these fundamentals from the inception of a song through to its publication and beyond. Topics include responsibilities of a music attorney, complex music industry terms, artists’ intellectual property protection and producers’ rights. The one-hour webcast will provide students with the ability to review music law cases and to discuss law and practices with potential clients.

Professor Colfin, a long time music lawyer, has been involved in the music industry for almost 40 years. He has produced and authored many publications on entertainment law and artists’ rights. As a professor with Five Towns College, he focuses on teaching Music Business Contracts and Music Publishing and Copywriter courses.

The webcast is not only open to students of Five Towns College. For information on the course and to register, please visit http://www.lawline.com/cle/course/music-publishing-from-the-garage-to-madison-square-garden.

For more information on Five Towns College and their curricula for undergraduate and graduate students, please visit their website.

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At Five Towns College, students will receive the hands-on-experience needed to compete in the worlds of Music, Media, Music Business, Education and Entertainment. Students considering Five Towns should be sure to see one of their theatrical performances or concerts and judge for themselves the level of Five Town’s proficiency and uniqueness. Take a tour of their facilities and see the MIDI, MAC and PC labs, the film/video and television studios, or the three audio studios, where musical recordings, films and other artistic work take place. Visit their site for more information about student life and academics http://www.fivetownscollegeli.com.

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