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Encyclopedia > Record distributor

A record distributor is a company (usually a Record_label) which works with smaller labels to promote and distribute their records, either in their home market or overseas. no To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Look up Record in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...

See also

  • The Cartel - A network of independent distributors in the UK
  • RED Distribution - A leading American distributor
  • Rough Trade Distribution - Formerly a leading independent distibutor in the UK; went bankrupt.
  • Triple Vision Record Distribution - A records distributor in the Netherlands

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FWRV Law Firm: Articles of Interest - Entertainment, Matrimonial, and Corporate/SEC Law (946 words)
A federal appeals court has decided that a distributor of a record album can be liable for copyright infringement even when the plaintiff has not established that the producer of that album was guilty of1 infringement.
Distribuidora asserts that the district court was in error for finding it liable as a distributor when the plaintiff had not established that the producer was guilty of infringement and for failing to hold a hearing on damages.
Distribuidora contends that a distributor’s liability for copyright infringement is derived from the producer’s liability.
Mclane & Wong - Articles: How Distributors Pay (408 words)
The artist/distributor relationship at its most basic is as follows: (1) the artist records a record; (2) once the record is manufactured, a distributor will sell the record to a store; (3) the store will, in turn, sell the record to a record buyer.
Although it is a bit complicated, a distributor normally has an arrangement with a store whereby the store can "return" any record it orders for a refund or credit from the distributor if it cannot sell the record over a certain period of time.
Finally, once a distributor is paid by the store for the record, the distributor has a duty (after its fee is deducted and reserves are accounted for) to pay the artist his or her share.
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