Independent record labels and their attempt to remove their labels from RIAA control
A number of independent record labels want to sever their ties with the Recording Industry Association of America. The problem is, they never became members of the association in the first place. The record labels say they were wrongly listed as members on the RIAA Web site. Joel Rose of member station WHYY reports.
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Basically this report states that the RIAA have been putting the names of labels that are in no way associated with them, on their list of RIAA Supportive labels.
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