UK-based music and sound FX library Audio Network has said that 100 million videos have been viewed on YouTube featuring music from its production music catalogue.

Jason Langley, senior vice-president at Audio Network, said: “This partnership gives [YouTube’s] producers a worldclass creative resource.”

Accessed via YouTube’s Audio Swap service, or directly from Audio Network, producers can select from more than 35,000 music tracks across genres.  

Created by artists, orchestras, composers and musicians from around the world, Audio Network said the tracks are used by broadcasters and producers including the BBC, MTV, HBO, National Geographic and Discovery.