In a move to re-establish its presence in the pop, urban and rock markets, Canadian music publishing firm ole has rebooted its Los Angeles office by hiring a new team.

Formed in 2004, the company has already established itself in the television music marketplace and has spent the last year rebooting its Nashville operation, according to ole president Michael McCarty.

"We spent a lot of time, energy and money in Nashville in the last year bringing in new A-list writers and a new A-list creative staff," McCarty says.

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