Winogradsky Announces UCLA Extension Music Publishing Course

Film Music Magazine • August 5, 2010

Veteran industry attorney Steve Winogradsky has announced the latest offering of his Music Publishing and Law course at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles beginning September 20.

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. Additional topics also include, new media, social networking, digital royalty collection, and progressive internet search engine tools and techniques to promote band and grow royalties. Guest speakers include music industry executives and attorneys. Prerequisites are practical experience in music publishing or music business; CPAs and Bar Association members automatically qualify.

The cost of the class is $550, plus $40 for the course reader. For attorneys, there is 34 hours of MCLE credit available.

For more information or to register for the course, visit


By Gunilla David on September 5th, 2012 at 11:31 am

I am very, very interested of taking this music publishing course that is starting the 20th of September. But it says that it is closed?????? Can you sign me up? Please call or email. 310-600-6390
Yours Gunilla David

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