Cheryl Slay, assistant professor of music business, participated as a panelist for Vanderbilt University Law School’s Spring Symposium for its Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law. The panel, “Maintaining the Musician: Protecting Music, Image and Technology Today,” explored topics relating to artist branding and business model changes in the music industry.
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