Storm Gloor (right) with students from his Music Cities class at the Music Cities Convention in Lafayette, Louisiana last year. (Photo courtesy of Storm Gloor)

From CU Denver College of Arts & Media | University of Colorado Denver Music Business tops the chart! Billboard Magazine has AGAIN named the CAM major as a top international Music Business program!

 CAM tops the list because of a combination of outstanding faculty––skilled in legal, licensing, marketing, technology, entrepreneurship, and representation–––and talented students who find success in Hollywood music supervision, music publishing, venue and tour management, music and entertainment law, digital music marketing and distribution, and as independent entrepreneurs.

 CAM and CU Denver are in good company with top schools from around the globe, like UCLA, Berklee College of Music, and the Abbey Road Institute in London.

 Follow the link to read more about the well-deserved accolade and the CU Denver Music Business Program from the College of Arts & Media!

COMBO congratulates CAM on its achievement again and especially wants to note the efforts of Storm Gloor, Owen Korte, and Chris Daniels for their hard work and dedication to the music business programs!

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Revealed: Billboard’s 2020 Top Music Business Schools

By Thom Duffy and Danica Daniel, Billboard | From her home in New Hampshire, Berklee School of Music songwriting major Lizzy McAlpine launched the Instagram #BerkleeAtHome streaming concert series on April 8. A few days earlier, on her SoundCloud account, Lizzy, as she’s known professionally, had posted a newly written song, “When the World Stopped Moving.”

At the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, at the Jimmy Iovine Andre Young Academy, faculty fired up the school’s 3D printers to fabricate personal protective equipment for health care workers, in collaboration with other USC schools. Among those helping out, while practicing social distancing behind a face mask, was L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.

At the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, professor Laura Sherman reached out to a superstar with whom she had performed on tour for a video note of encouragement to students. “I hope your classes are going well,” said Barbra Streisand. “At least you have Zoom, so you can all still learn together.”

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