Internet and the Music Industry

March 6th, 2007

David Herlihy of Northeastern University leads a discussion on “Internet and the Music Industry” as part of the Berkman Center Luncheon Series.

Download the audio podcast (time: 1:05:57).

A professor of music industry and copyright, David reviews the current landscape of the field and explores both business models and copyright policy for the future.

David maintains a law practice which concentrates in entertainment law, intellectual property, copyright, trademark, licensing, and new media. His clients include authors, publishers, record companies, recording artists, songwriters, composers, performers, producers, recording studios, visual artists, e-business innovation companies, software and service providers, webcasters, and entrepreneurs.

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  • 1. netzpolitik.org: » &hellip  |  March 7th, 2007 at 3:44 am

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    […] some further listening in this area, check out this podcast from David Herlihy of Northeastern University. Share this […]

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