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Ron Sobel - Co-Founder/Partner, is a nationally recognized entertainment attorney (admitted in Michigan), with expertise in New Media, digital monetization, and copyright asset protection. Ron’s experience and international relationships across all sectors of the industry provides Winogradsky/Sobel with a unique opportunity to develop strategic business alliances and deliver comprehensive music services. Ron also served as President of North Star Media, a music publishing company founded in 2001, providing music placement and artist development services. Winogradsky/Sobel (“Win/So”) is a unique music services company that offers the combined expertise of nationally-recognized attorneys Steve Winogradsky and Ron Sobel, together with the proven track record of a highly-experienced artist development, music publishing/administration, and clearance & licensing team. With years of traditional and New Media legal and business affairs experience, the Win/So team has represented artists, composers, and production companies for television, film, DVD’s, Internet, video games, and commercial advertising campaigns. Win/So has also provided consulting and strategic design of emerging business models and social media opportunities.

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Ron Sobel, President of North Star Media, talks about music education today. He explains that music education has gone through a revolution over the past ten years. In the past, music schools were limited to a performance aspect. Over the years, music schools have begun to realize that there was a music business. Sobel points out that now even law schools offer music law programs. Also in this segment, Sobel discusses the effects of a music business program. Enrollment increases and parents are able to better embrace their child's decision to enter the music industry.

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