A&E, Extreme Music create prod'n library
Catalog will cover genre-focused TV scoresNEW YORK -- A&E Television Networks and Extreme Music, the music unit of Sony/ATV Music Publishing, have created a new production library dubbed Scoreganics Production Music. The new venture will be focused on creating a library of genre-focused television underscores inspired by A&E programming.
The catalog will be created, branded, marketed and distributed internationally by Extreme, according to a release. The initial release of albums, "Felony," "Misdemeanor," "Espionage," "Curiosity," "Courage," "Hope and Joy," are available now. Scoreganics can be accessed at extrememusic.com.
A&E Television Network channels and branded programming reach more than 250 million households in over 140 countries. The company is a joint venture of Disney-ABC Television Group, Hearst Corporation and NBC Universal.
Twelve-year-old Extreme Music's recent project list includes "Sherlock Holmes," "Inglorious Basterds," "Avatar," "Twilight Eclipse," "District 9," "The Bourne Trilogy," and "Transformers," among many others.