Ethics of Entertainment

July 16, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, School of Architecture, Room 205 Add to Calendar

The Will Weinstein Ethics Conversation Series presents Ethics of Entertainment. In today’s app and technology driven world, are musicians and artists being treated fairly? With streaming services such as Spotify, SoundCloud, and mostly recently Apple Music, how can artists assure themselves of their compensation? Self-expression through music has always been a major part of our history, but do artists truly have freedom when writing their own lyrics? With fame comes paparazzi; but to what expense? Join five colorful and renowned members of the entertainment industry as they discuss some of the ethical dilemmas that arise throughout the industry. Panelists include: Chris McCutcheon, CEO and President of TRI Studios; Jacqueline Sabec, Partner at King, Holmes, Paterno & Berliner LLP; Shep Gordon, American Talent Manager, Hollywood Film Agent, Producer and Star of "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," directed by Mike Myers; Brian Zisk, Executive Producer of the SF MusicTech Summit; and Simon Potts, Former Artist and Repertoire Executive for Arista, Elektra and Capitol Records. Learn more and register at

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William S. Richardson School of Law and the Shidler College of Business, Mānoa Campus

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