Edward M. Cramer

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Please note that this bio was last published in the 1979 or 1980 City Calendar
It may be seriously out of date, and Englewoodbook.org appreciates any contribution to update it.

Edward M. Cramer

Edward M. Cramer
Nationality American
Education Law
Alma mater Columbia College; Cornell Law School; New York University School of Law
Occupation Corporate, Law
Employer BMI
Home town Englewood, NJ
Known for Businessman
Title Corporate president

Edward M. Cramer - was president of Broadcast Music,Inc. (BMI), the world’s largest music licensing organization. He was adjunct professor of music and music education at NYU 1978-79, and has lectured regularly at the New School for Social Research, among other colleges and universities. He has written on copyright law and other subjects for various law journals, music publications, and major newspapers. A vice-president of the National Music Council, he was also a member of the Administrative Council of CISAC, which is the international confederation of authoral societies. Mr. Cramer received the “Man of the Year” Human Relations Award in 1979 from the Music and Performing Arts Division, Anti-Defamation League. He is listed in Who’s Who in America. He is a graduate of Columbia College, Cornell Law School, and New York University School of Law. He has been living in Englewood since 1952. His three children attended the Englewood public schools, and graduated from the Dwight Morrow High School. [1]



References

  1. Staff Writer. "1979 City of Englewood Calendar". Calendar. City of Englewood.