Is the music played in your business properly licensed, or are you at risk of a costly lawsuit? Many San Francisco restaurants, bars, retailers, and other businesses are unaware of the requirement to license the music that they play. Whether you’re using televisions, hosting live entertainment, or simply plugging in an iPod, you likely need a license to protect yourself from a lawsuit.
Please join the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Michelman & Robinson attorney Ilse Scott, the San Francisco Entertainment Commission, and the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, for a free seminar covering music licensing requirements and the options you have!
Facing the Music: Copyright & Licensing Requirements to Play Music at Your Business
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
San Francisco Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA
2:30–3:30pm, FREE TO ATTEND
Please email Samantha Higgins at Samantha[at]ggra.org with any questions.