Online Course on Copyright Law in the Music Business by Berklee College of Music: Enroll Now!

course Copyright law in music

Berklee College of Music is conducting an online course on Copyright Law in the Music Business.

In this course taught by E. Michael Harrington, students will learn the basis for copyright including what is and is not covered by copyright law. This course will help clarify what rights artists have as creators as well as what the public is free to take from their work.

Students will also learn what to do if someone copies their work and what to do if they are accused of copying someone else. Finally, the course will discuss how technology has changed copyright for the better (and worse) and how copyright laws may change in the coming years.

What you will learn

  • Explain the six exclusive rights of copyright law
  • Describe the concept of Fair Use and know when it applies and when it doesn’t
  • Describe the various aspects involved in a copyright lawsuit
  • Differentiate between the composition copyright and the sound recording copyright

The course takes approx. 8 hours to complete

No prior knowledge of entertainment law, copyright law, or the music business is required to complete this course.

For full details and online enrollment, please click the link below.

Copyright Law in the Music Business

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