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Nationally syndicated radio program Marketplace spoke to Tonya Butler, chair of the Music Business/Management Department, about Taylor Swift's plans to rerecord her old music in order to control the licenses.
The Hollywood Reporter included Berklee on its annual list of top schools for film scoring and composition.
Sheryl Bailey, assistant chair of the Guitar Department, and alumnae Sarah Rogo '14 and Jackie Venson B.M. '11 spoke to the Christian Science Monitor about how women are using the guitar to reclaim the blues genre.
The Associated Press published a news item on Erica Muhl's announcement as Berklee's incoming president.
Billboard spoke to Erica Muhl about being named Berklee's next president and her decades of work at the University of Southern California.
Tonya Butler, chair of the Music Business/Management Department, provides commentary in this story, part of a series examining the music industry's treatment of Black artists.