Winogradsky Music Publishing Course at UCLA Extension September 21

Film Music Magazine • August 10, 2009

The fall offering of music industry attorney Steve Winogradsky’s course “Music Publishing: Law and Business” at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles begins September 21, 2009.

The course fee is $550 plus $40 for a course reader, and provides 34 hours of MCLE credit including 1 hour of Legal Ethics.

The 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; and dealing with ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC. Discussion also includes aspects of foreign subpublishing, including negotiating agreements, and collection societies.

Guest speakers include music industry executives and attorneys. Prerequisite: Practical experience in music publishing or music business; CPAs and Bar Association members automatically qualify. The required course reader is available at Lu Valle Commons bookstore one week before course begins.

For more information or to register for the class, visit:


By Brad Heck on August 13th, 2009 at 8:00 am

I have attended a seminar or two put on by Mr. Winogradsky. First off, the price here for 34 hours of quality focused CPE is outstanding. It’s difficult to find in depth targeted and industry specific courses that actually teach practical application out there. I have never been disappointed in Steve’s presentations and highly recommend this course to attorneys and other music industry professionals.


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