Making money in the music industry panel today at Columbia College

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The Chicago Music Commission, led by legendary music photographer Paul Natkin, is hosting a program on making music in the industry tonight at Columbia College (618 S. Michigan, 2nd floor). The program, taking place at 6 p.m., will feature the hip-hop duo the Cool Kids, along with the authors of “MUSIC MONEY AND SUCCESS: The Insiders Guide to Making Money in the Music Business.” Panelists will discuss licensing deals and more.

The program is sponsored by the Chicago Music Commission, along with Columbia College and the Recording Academy.

You may remember my recent sit-down with Paul Natkin, in which we discussed how the business model of music is changing.

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