Audio Network set to tune into APAC region with its music catalogue offer

Audio Network set to tune into APAC region with its music catalogue offer

Audio Network, the music company which caters to the creative sector, is set to expand into the APAC region with the aim of working with creative agencies.

The expansion will be led out of the company's Sydney office by Jordan Smith, head of branded content APAC and Hannah Merrington, head of television APAC who will aim to promote the service to local content creators providing over 130,000 tracks through its online catalogue.

Beginning this week, the company will license and service clients within the Asia Pacific region, having previously been represented out of Hong Kong by Blonde Media.

Robb Smith, chief executive of Audio Network Group, explained: "Working directly in the region allows us to provide an even greater creative experience for content creators and a seamless approach to global music licensing. This is an exciting opportunity to build upon the success of the Australian operation, and work across a dynamic creative region.”

The business began operations in 2001 and has expanded to employ over 130 dedicated music advisers and professionals working across offices in London, LA, New York, Sydney, Toronto, Amsterdam, Paris, Munich and Manchester.

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