Music library sees growing demand in U.S.

LONDON — U.K. music library Audio Network has expanded its U.S. presence with the opening of a New York office, headed by commercial director Jason Langley.

“Following the opening of our LA office last year, our business has grown so much because the low cost, high quality service we offer has a strong appeal to U.S. based producers,” said Langley. “We needed to be in New York, in order to facilitate the growing demand.”

The company’s growing list of North American clients includes MSN Video, lifestyle producer Fashion TV, LA-based World of Wonder, Toronto-based Big Coat Productions, Canada’s Corus Custom Networks and High Fidelity HDTV.

Launched in 2001, Audio Network provides clients with a catalogue of over 18,000 tracks, cleared for usage across all media platforms worldwide.

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