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The Victor label was launched in 1901 by the Victor Talking Machine Company in the USA. The label was introduced in Japan in 1927, when the Victor Talking Machine Company established the Gramophone Co. Of Japan Ltd. In 1929 the Victor Talking Machine Company was acquired by the Radio Corporation Of America. Over the next decade, Victor labels reflected many changes in manufacturer credits, including "Victor Talking Machine Division, Radio-Victor Company of America" (1929), "RCA Victor Company, Inc." (1930-34), "RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc." (1934-39), "RCA Victor Division Of Radio Corporation Of America" (1939-42), and finally, "Radio Corporation Of America" (from 1942). At this time, the Victor label in the US became RCA Victor.

In Japan, the Victor label continued to exist. Currently it is owned by Tokyo company Victor Entertainment, Inc.

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