05.17.2005 04:32 PM
RIAA announces international licensing program for DualDisc logo

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has announced a program through which any record label can obtain a license for use of the logo for DualDisc, which combines CD and DVD formats on a single, two-sided disc.

Use of the DualDisc logo is available to any record label, independent or major, U.S. or international-based, for a nominal fee. Trial licenses are available for those labels that desire to explore market interest in DualDiscs for their artists. All major recording companies, including Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and EMI, as well as independent companies such as 5.1 Entertainment/Silverline Records, have announced that they are developing DualDiscs for the music consumer.

For more information, visit www.DualDiscLicensing.org.

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