Record Company Operations

Course Number
MB-331
Description

A critical analysis of the anatomy of domestic and international record companies, focusing on the role of each department within the structure. Students become intricately acquainted with such areas of activity as artists and repertoire (A&R), promotions, marketing, distribution, product management, and business affairs. Special attention is given to contractual relationships with artists and producers as well as domestic and international licensing of masters.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
MB-201, MB-211, and LSOC-225
Required Of
MBUS majors in management track
Electable By
MBUS majors
Major Elective for
Music Business
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Department
MBUS
Course Chair
Tonya Butler
Taught By
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