Sony’s The Orchard partners with Sony/ATV to offer publishing services

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Jon Platt, Chairman & CEO, Sony/ATV

Sony-owned distribution and services company The Orchard has partnered with Sony/ATV Music Publishing to provide its distributed artists and labels with publishing services.

Through its global network, Sony/ATV will handle all aspects of global song representation and royalty collection.

Harry Nach, Kiddtetoon, G Herbo, Summer Salt and Unique Leader Records are among the first of The Orchard’s distributed clients to use the publishing services through the new partnership.

This tie-up is one of many ventures under the One Sony initiative, which expands collaboration among Sony’s network of businesses, according to a press release.

Additionally, this initiative creates new opportunities for Sony Music’s artists’ catalogs across entertainment platforms.

“We are happy to share our extensive music publishing network and expertise with The Orchard in this new venture.”

Jon Platt

Sony/ATV Chairman and CEO Jon Platt, said:  “We are happy to share our extensive music publishing network and expertise with The Orchard in this new venture.

“The Sony/ATV family believes in the importance of creative development and professional support, so we are uniquely positioned to provide world-class service to more of The Orchard’s talented community of songwriters.”

“The Orchard thrives on empowering creators, and now we can build an environment where songwriters have the space to grow roots and take advantage of The Orchard as a true home for artists.”

Brad Navin, The Orchard  

Brad Navin, CEO, The Orchard, said:  “As a leader in artist services we are pleased to expand our offerings through this partnership with Sony/ATV.

“The Orchard thrives on empowering creators, and now we can build an environment where songwriters have the space to grow roots and take advantage of The Orchard as a true home for artists.”

“The Orchard and Sony/ATV have given me space to express myself completely.”

Harry Nach

Harry Nach added: “As an artist, the best feeling is knowing you have the ability to freely create.

“The Orchard and Sony/ATV have given me space to express myself completely, and now as a writer, I can take full advantage of my craft and continue to make music that not only feels good, but speaks to who I am as a person.”Music Business Worldwide

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