Audio Network provides music for Ecosse Films, producer of Hit Drama, ‘Mistresses - Series 2’ For BBC1.
London, 3rd March 2009 – Ecosse Films - producer of the hit drama ‘Mistresses’ - has turned to innovative Music Library, Audio Network, to provide music for series 2 of the successful production, currently airing on BBC 1.
‘Mistresses’ is a highly popular drama which profiles four thirty-something women who've been good friends since college. Their tangled web of love and deceit envelops all four women with life-changing results. Producers, Ecosse Films are an award winning company specialising in high quality drama for both film and television. “It was vital the music we used met with our key production values on this project,” said Dominic Barlow, Line Producer at Ecosse , “Audio Network was able to offer us exactly that and at a price we could afford. Furthermore, the fact that the music is cleared for multiplatform use globally, facilitates the whole process making it quick and easy.”
Ecosse are one of the latest production companies to embrace Audio Network’s flexible approach to music licensing. Having taken an annual license, they have unlimited access to more than 21,000 high quality tracks, across all genres and styles. Furthermore, they have the reassurance that no music copyright will be infringed, allowing them the creative freedom to focus on the project in hand.
Director of Business Development at Audio Network, Juliette Squair said, “We’re thrilled to be a part of such a successful project by Ecosse for BBC1. Not only can we offer supremely high quality music, but during these economic conditions when content has to be distributed as widely as possible to maximise revenue, we are confident that Audio Network’s approach to music licensing will help broadcasters and producers alike maximise distribution opportunities, and therefore revenue.”
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