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FREE WEBINAR: China’s Music Industry: Hot Topics in Legal & Business Affairs


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By some estimates, China has more than twice as many internet users as the United States has people and more than half a billion Chinese can now easily afford to buy music on their cellphones. China’s music industry is worth more than $10 billion and it generates around $1 billion a year.

On Wednesday, March 30th at 5:30pm PT/ Thursday, March 31st at 8:30am CST (China Standard Time) Harris Bricken’s Beijing-based entertainment lawyer, Mathew Alderson, and Outdustry Group’s Los Angeles-based music executive, Alex Taggart, will be putting on a FREE hour-long webinar on China’s music industry.

Mathew and Alex will discuss the legal and business affairs issues confronted by foreign music businesses in China, changes to China’s copyright law affecting the digital music industry, and the challenges faced by international labels and artists. Most importantly, they will provide tips for doing business with China and answer your China music industry questions.

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