BROOKLYN — Audio Network, an international music company that specializes in music for television, film and video, has entered into a one-year deal with global youth media brand, Vice. The deal gives Vice, which produces the HBO documentary series Vice, unlimited access to Audio Network’s music library for worldwide use across its network of platforms.
"We're incredibly excited to work with Vice, which has evolved from a print publication into a global powerhouse in culture and media,” says Juliette Squair, managing director of Audio Network. “Audio Network's continued investment in its fast-growing music catalogue will ensure that Vice's production teams will be able to complement their video content with perfect high quality tracks."
Audio Network has offices in London, Sydney, Toronto, Munich, New York, Los Angeles and Amsterdam. The company currently offers over 69,000 original tracks, covering musical genre ranging from full orchestral pieces to hip-hop. It’s composer base spans over 450 artists.