Warner Music Group, Sk Global Announce Pact To Produce Music Docs, Scripted Content “Mined From Wmg’s Extraordinary Roster” Of Artists

Warner Music Group, Sk Global Announce Pact To Produce Music Docs, Scripted Content “Mined From Wmg’s Extraordinary Roster” Of Artists
A couple of major industry players are planning to put their spin on music documentaries and scripted content.

Warner Music Group and Sk Global announced a partnership Thursday that will see the companies co-produce and co-finance a slate of music-oriented nonfiction and fiction projects “mined from Wmg’s extraordinary roster of artists and songwriters, as well as its expansive global catalog.” The pact also calls for producing local language content.

“The partnership will pay special attention to Wmg’s vast array of celebrated international artists,” a release noted, “particularly across the U.S., Asia, and Latin America.”

The announcement came from Sk Global Chairman Sidney Kimmel, co-CEOs John Penotti and Charlie Corwin, and Charlie Cohen, president, Warner Music Entertainment, Wmg’s TV and Film Division.

“We could not be more pleased to join hands with our longtime friend Charlie Cohen and his immensely talented team around the globe,” Penotti and Corwin said in a statement.
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