Company registration or registration is a trademark or trademark associated with the commercialization of music and music video recordings. In some cases, the trademark registration is also a publisher manages these trademarks and trademarks, and coordinate the production, manufacture, distribution and marketing, promotion and application of sound recordings of copyright and music videos videos; And carry out talent screening and development of new artists works (“artists and repertoire” or “A & R”); And contracts with artists and recording managers. The term “record label” circular label is derived in the center of the vinyl record showing the prominent manufacturer name along with other information.

Within the main music industry, traditionally registered artists rely on registration to expand consumer base cards, and marketing their albums, and promote and listen to music, broadcasting and television services. And providing registered labels for Republicans who are helping artists get positive media coverage and making their products available through stores and other media.

However, a growing number of artists tried to avoid costs and win new audiences over the Internet, often with the help of videos. Along with the decline in record sales and a rapid growth in free content available online, and this has changed the way the industry has grown substantially since the beginning of the 21st century has caused record labels to look for new sources Of benefits, especially through the “360 offers” (see below under “new branding strategies”).

Registered categories may be small and localized and “independent” (“independent”), or they may be part of a large international media group, or somewhere in between. As of 2012, only three No labels can be referred to as the “major categories” (Universal Music Group and Sony Music Antertinment, a Warner Music group). A “Sublapil” is the label that is part of the largest record company, but it deals with a different name.

Registered companies and music publishers who are not subject to an adult control usually independent of the three (although large with complex structures of the companies.) The term Indi term sometimes to refer only to independent seals that adhere to the standards Independent of the structure of the company and its size, and some Indi consider naming almost any release of unconventional music label, regardless of institutional structure.

Often, independent labels are considered more suitable for artists. Although financial leverage may be lower, labels are characterized by offering the artist’s largest independent kings of the deal with part of the 50% profit, also known as the 50-50 agreement, is not uncommon.