Cheryl Carr, associate dean in the College of Entertainment and Music Business, recently served as a panelist for the National Museum of African American Music’s “Turntables” event on networking and other music business strategies for aspiring artists and businesspersons. The session featured an array of topics including copyright law, network building, public relations, artist management and more.
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