Musonomics Podcast Looks At The Use Of Music In Presidential Campaigns
March 3, 2016 at 6:30 AM (PT)
How do presidential candidates use music as a campaign tool -- and what happens when music is misused by their campaigns? Those questions are addressed by NYU STEINHARDT MUSIC BUSINESS' LARRY MILLER, who hosts the podcast "Musonomics."
MILLER tells ALL ACCESS that in the lastest episode, "We take a trip back in time to look at how music has been used in American presidential campaigns from WASHINGTON to OBAMA and beyond, with lessons from the current election cycle and plenty on the TRUMP campaign's musical follies. I talk with BEN SISARIO of THE NEW YORK TIMES on the impact that music can have on a presidential campaign, and entertainment lawyer JOEL SCHOENFELD and NYU LAW SCHOOL Professor CHRISTOPHER SPRIGMAN on what happens when music is used without the artist's and songwriter's permission."