Audio Network – the market leading music producer announces the launch of its new International Division. The division will be headed up by Juliette Squair, promoted to International Business Director in a move aimed at implementing Audio Network’s global strategy.
UK Development Manager Scott Pearce moves up to European Business Manager and Music Researcher Emily Sheridan becomes the new International Co-ordinator. With this experienced team in place, Squair will oversee the continuing global rollout of the company’s unique business model and will replicate Audio Network’s high production standards worldwide.
Commenting on the appointment, Juliette Squair said, “This is an exciting time for both myself and Audio Network. Not only will the International Division be taking on the responsibility for the growth of Audio Network’s wholly owned and joint venture businesses in the US and Australia, but we’ll also be focusing on existing and new business, particularly in Europe.”
The new division is designed to build on Audio Network’s existing companies in New York, Toronto and Sydney, all of which have been opened in the past 12 months. Audio Network also have sub-publisher partners in a further 13 territories around the world and plan to build on this network over the coming months.
Andrew Sunnucks, Audio Network’s Managing Director said, “This terrific team has been central to Audio Network’s success and growth in the UK – I’m absolutely confident that the International Division will thrive in their hands.
About Audio Network PLC
Audio Network (audionetworkplc.com) has an innovative licensing model which cuts through the traditionally complex and costly processes of licensing music, by pre-clearing all its tracks for worldwide and multi-platform use. This approach allows producers to make programmes for international distribution, emerging platforms and new media without the need to go through the complicated and expensive process of clearing individual tracks or re-versioning productions.
With an extensive catalogue of 24,000 tracks Audio Network’s library covers the full range of music styles from classical to hip hop and from country to rock ‘n roll. Its high quality music is created by 200 composers and recorded by major orchestras and artistes including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dame Evelyn Glennie, Debbie Wiseman and Sir John Dankworth.
Audio Network is now established as the market leader in the UK television market and has ambitious plans to continue growing revenues from broadcasters and producers both domestically and internationally.