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Creative Law For Artists Series Welcomes Guest Speaker Anika Jackson

Creative Law For Artists Series Welcomes Guest Speaker Anika Jackson

Hosted by DJ Justin Paul.

Creative Law For Artists Series Welcomes Guest Speaker Anika Jackson

This biweekly series is co-hosted by DJ, Producer, and College Professor Justin Paul of Los Angeles, CA; and Drummer, Dr. Who Expert, and Patent Attorney Ira Domnitz of Houston, TX.

Each episode they discuss legal and business issues affecting musicians and/or visual artists and how creatives can protect their work. In this week’s episode, special guest Anika Jackson, founder of AnikaPR in Los Angeles will be sharing great stories and tips about starting, building, and expanding your brand.

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, like many musicians, DJ Justin Paul began more heavily using online platforms such as Facebook, Twitch, and others to perform and share music with those who were “safer at home.” Ira Domnitz, Esq. was listening and realized that there was a need for creatives to understand their rights and protect their works whether on or offline. The two gentlemen met, and Creative Law for Artists was founded.

Learn more about them at: justinpaul.com and patent-lawyers.com

The series airs Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 5 p.m. Los Angeles / 7 p.m. Houston / 8 p.m. New York and Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 1 a.m. London/ 8 a.m. Hong Kong/ 10 a.m. Sydney.

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Nashville Artists Find Creative Ways To Support Music City

Nashville Artists Find Creative Ways To Support Music City

“Ever since I was a little girl, Nashville was somewhere I wanted to be,” enthuses Kalie Shorr, the singer-songwriter who released her new album Open Book in September, “I heard ‘Long Time Gone’ by the Chicks and knew I had to go to Nashville, just like the person in the song. From the offices on Music Row to the bars in East Nashville, music is everywhere in Nashville.”

Shorr’s love of the city inspired her to participate in Music City Bandwidth, a local initiative that offers worldwide music fans the chance to enjoy free virtual concerts directly from some of the most iconic, independent spots in Nashville. It began in September and will continue through the month of October. The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp partnered with Nashville’s Music Venue Alliance to create Music City Bandwidth presented by Jack Daniel’s. The idea is simple. They aim to help independent music venues and Nashville-based musicians thrive in the face of the severe setbacks they may be facing during the pandemic. Also, hopefully, enjoying this slice of musical life from Nashville will inspire people to once again visit the city when it is safe to travel again in the future.

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