This unit explores the core principles underpinning the Music Entertainment Industry in the 21st Century and its effect in mediating entertainment commodities through global business practices. Specific issues to be examined include multidistribution strategies for online media services; including digital copyright implications, music download systems and revenue streams for both creators and distributors.
|Unit name||Music Business Practices|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts
Dr Glen Hodges
Mr Kelly Ottaway
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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2 x weekend intensives (dates and times notified by UTAS email)
3 x 2 hr tutorial (around intensives dates and times notified by UTAS email)
2 x research assignments: 40%
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