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Sony/ATV to administer Michael Jackson songs

(China.org.cn)

08:44, August 22, 2012

Michael Jackson founded Sony ATV with Sony in 1995. (Photo from file)

Sony/ATV Music Publishing announced today that the company has entered into a worldwide administration agreement to represent Michael Jackson's iconic Mijac Music catalog.

Founded by Michael Jackson in 1980 as his personal publishing company, Mijac Music grew to include – in addition to all of his own incredible songs – the classic Sly and the Family Stone catalog, songs by the legendary Philadelphia soul team of Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff as well as songs made famous by other artists such as Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Aretha Franklin.

Of the announcement, Martin Bandier, Chairman and CEO of Sony/ATV said, "We are thrilled that the Estate of Michael Jackson has entrusted us with this incredible catalog of songs, and everyone at Sony/ATV looks forward to finding innovative ways to use these songs, while protecting their legacy."

Commenting on the deal, John Branca and John McClain, co-executors of the Estate of Michael Jackson remarked, "Michael's songs in the Mijac Music catalog not only showcase his greatness as a performer but also his creative genius as a songwriter. We are excited that the company Michael helped found, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, and in which his Estate remains a 50% partner, will represent these amazing songs along with a rich collection of other music recorded by some of our greatest popular artists."

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