September 21, 2012 New York, NY – Production music library Audio Network has licensed its track “El Presidente” by Tim Devine for a new Verizon Wireless campaign, featuring Jennifer Lopez.
“El Presidente” will appear on Verizon’s new advertisement, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. The track has been made available for streaming on internet radio app Pandora and available for sale on Amazon MP3 and other digital retailers. A 30-second ringtone of the track is also being offered as an exclusive through Verizon during Hispanic Heritage Month.
“We are thrilled to have provided Verizon with music for this incredible campaign” says Jason Langley, Audio Network EVP of North & South America.
Composer Tim Devine has been a key contributor to Audio Network’s “Latin Catalogue”, which launched in January 2010. Devine has worked with the likes of Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin throughout the years and has brought a an unparalleled level of expertise to tracks like “El Presidente”.
You can stream “El Presidente” on Pandora at http://www.pandora.com/tim-devine.
More about Audio Network
With a catalogue of over 53,000 tracks, Audio Network offers a complete stock music solution by cutting through the traditionally complex and costly processes of licensing music. All high-quality tracks are pre-cleared for multiple formats, for the world, forever.
This approach allows producers to make content 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. The company supplies music to some major international media clients, including BBC, HBO, MSN, MTV Networks, National Geographic, Deutsch, Saatchi & Saatchi and Endemol.
Audio Network owns the rights to their extensive catalogue which covers a full range of music styles from classical to hip hop and from country to rock ‘n’ roll. This high-quality music is created by its team of established international composers and recorded by major orchestras and artists including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dame Evelyn Glennie OBE and the late Sir John Dankworth CBE.