Audio Network

This article is about the music group. For audio network protocols, see Category:Audio network protocols. For audio networking using Internet Protocol, see Audio over IP. For audio networking using Ethernet, see Audio over Ethernet.
Audio Network


Audio Network are a global music group[1] founded by Andrew Sunnucks and Robert Hurst in 2001. The company currently provide over 60,000 music tracks for use by major television, film and multimedia corporations.

The founder shareholders in the company included Sir John Dankworth,[2] Dame Cleo Laine,[3] jazz saxophonist, Tim Garland[4] and Dame Evelyn Glennie.[5]

The company currently have offices in London, New York, Toronto, Sydney, Amsterdam and Munich with sub publishers in territories covering France, Spain, Greece and Cyprus, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Singapore and Malaysia, South Africa and the Middle East.[6]

Listed as one of the UK's fastest growing companies on the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 in both 2011 and 2012,[7][8] the company were also recipients of the Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation (Technology) in 2008 and again in April 2012, this time in the category of International Trade.[9]

On 25 June 2013, the company changed its name from Audio Network Plc to Audio Network Limited.[10]

References

External links

  • Audio Network Group
  • Audio Network US
  • Audio Network France
  • Audio Network Germany
  • Audio Network Spain


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