Cheryl L. Slay (CEMB) appeared as a panelist Sept. 30 for the International Black Film Festival of Nashville addressing the topic: “Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of the Film Industry.” She also authored “Meet the New Internet: Cause for Concern or Celebration for the Entertainment Industry?” an article about net neutrality, which was published in the September MEIEA e-zine. Additionally, The Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities has accepted Cheryl L. Slay’s research proposal titled “The Music Business Professional as Artist.” The submission underwent peer review and was selected for presentation during the January conference.
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