MEDIABERKMAN – BERKMAN CENTER FOR INTERNET & SOCIETY PODCAST | Radio Berkman 199: Rethinking Music, Part IX – Be Great. Go Viral. | April 19, 2012 | In this installment of the RadioBerkman podcast series, Cyberlaw Clinic Assistant Director Christopher Bavitz interviews Dave Herlihy, who teaches music industry classes at Northeastern University and operates his own practice specializing in entertainment law, intellectual property, copyright, trademark, licensing, and new media. The conversation compares the music industry of today with the music industry of twenty-five years ago, when Herlihy’s band — O Positive — struck a major label record deal. Herlihy offers his insights on the role of record labels in the YouTube era and the complexities of music licensing.
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