With Easter just a few days away I’m sure many of you are scrambling to put the last minute touches on your Easter programming. One aspect that doesn’t need to cause any stress is ensuring all necessary copyright clearances are in place! I’m very excited to be talking with my dear friend Brannon Dempsey about keeping your Easter programming legal on this Thursday’s Worship Team Training podcast at 11 am CDT.
Dempsey is the founder and CEO of Worship Team Training® and Worship Team Training University (WTTU). He has over twenty years of leading worship and teaching worship theology, music and songwriting for churches. He has had the opportunity to train and study worship at Maranatha! Music as well as some of the most well-known churches in the country, including Coast Hills Church, and Saddleback Church.
His accolades are many and his company, Worship Team Training was founded in 2004. Dempsey’s multi-staff WTT Educators have helped train hundreds of churches and their worship teams around the country through hands-on practical team training, leader mentoring and church guidance.
I’m honored he invited me to speak about copyrights and church programming on his weekly podcast this Thursday at 11 am central. While things like streaming, writing arrangements and getting copyright clearances may be a last thought, it is often the most important part. Please tune in as we discuss how to keep your Easter music legal Thursday at 11 am. Enroll to watch at WTTC.CO.
Susan Fontaine Godwin is CCS’s founder/CVO, an educator and long-time member of the Christian arts community with 30 years of experience in the Christian media industry, church copyright administration and copyright management. Susan is an author and speaker and frequently writes for several Christian magazines and online publications. She serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Mobile.
About Christian Copyright Solutions: CCS’s quest is to help churches and Christian ministries “do music right.” CCS is an expert on church music copyrights and our primary focus is providing licensing and clear educational resources to churches, as well as representation, administration, and advocacy for copyright owners. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel.