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Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group (UMG) is a major global music company owned by French media conglomerate Vivendi. It is the largest of the big three music companies.

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A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc. - Plaintiffs
... Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, and Warner Music Group are known as the "big four" in the music industry ...
Cascada Discography - Albums - Studio Albums
... Released 21 February 2006 Label Zooland, All Around The World, Robbins Entertainment, Universal Music Group Formats CD, digital download 67 ... UK Gold Perfect Day Released 3 December 2007 ...
Universal Music Group - Controversy - Megaupload
... On December 9, 2011, Megaupload published a music video titled "The Mega Song", showing artists including Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys and will.i.am endorsing the company ... The music video was also uploaded to YouTube, but was removed following a takedown request by UMG ...
Loose Mini DVD - Release History
... Country Date Label Edition Japan June 7, 2006 Universal Music Group Germany June 9, 2006 United Kingdom June 12, 2006 Geffen Records Canada June 20 ...
Disa Records
... language recordings, the company's works are distributed in the United States by Universal Music Group ... Univision Music Group bought a 50% interest in the company in 2001 ... Records sued its American distributor and co-owner Universal Music Group for using "heavy-handed legal tactics" to obstruct a promised full buy-out of Disa Records by Univision In May 2008, Universal Music Group ...

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