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American multinational entertainment and record label conglomerate headquartered in New York City. Wikipedia

  • Warner Records

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  • Vivendi

    French media conglomerate headquartered in Paris. Widely known as the owner of Universal Music Group, Groupe Canal+, Havas, Editis, Vivendi Village and Dailymotion, the company has activities in music, television, film, video games, book publishing, communication, tickets and video hosting services. Wikipedia

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  • Warner Music Group's labels include the following. Rhino handles the American distribution of reissues from the UK back catalogs of Chrysalis (part), EMI Columbia, EMI, Harvest, and Parlophone. Wikipedia

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  • The former EMI Records Ltd. was renamed Parlophone Records Ltd. in 2013, when Warner Music Group acquired Parlophone Music Group which has the rights to the old EMI Records catalogue.EMI-Wikipedia
  • On 14 November 2013, EMI's Middle Eastern branch was folded into Universal Music, causing the distribution of Warner Music Group's releases in that region to be moved to Universal Music.EMI-Wikipedia
  • In May 2006, EMI attempted to buy Warner Music Group, which would have reduced the world's four largest record companies (Big Four) to three; however, the bid was rejected.EMI-Wikipedia
  • Among the other companies that had competed for the recorded music business was Warner Music Group which was reported to have made a $2 billion bid.EMI-Wikipedia
  • Among the other companies that had competed for the recorded music business was Warner Music Group which was reported to have made a $2 billion bid.Universal Music Group-Wikipedia
  • On September 28, 2016, YouTube named Lyor Cohen, the co-founder of 300 Entertainment and former Warner Music Group executive, the Global Head of Music.YouTube-Wikipedia

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