Audio Network bought for $215m by Entertainment One

| April 12, 2019

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Production music company Audio Network has been acquired by Canadian media group Entertainment One for a reported US$215m (approx. £165m).Entertainment One, which owns the rights to Peppa Pig, has purchased the entire company. Its CEO Darren Throop said: “The combination of eOne’s front-end commercial artist catalogue and Audio Network’s premium diversified music catalogue creates a one-stop solution for business customers seeking high-quality music.”

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