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RCA's Canadian unit (formerly Berliner Gramophone Canada) is Sony's oldest label in Canada.

It was one of only two Canadian record companies to survive the Great Depression.

The company's name is derived from the initials of the label's defunct parent company, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA).

It is the second oldest recording company in US history, after sister label Columbia Records.

This gave RCA head David Sarnoff a seat on the EMI board.

In September 1931, RCA Victor introduced the first 33⅓ rpm records sold to the public, calling them "Program Transcriptions".It was originally an 8-inch record with a dark blue label, alongside an 8-inch Electradisk label (sold at Woolworth's). In 1933, RCA Victor reintroduced Bluebird and Electradisk as a standard 10-inch label (Bluebird's label was redesigned as it became known as the 'buff' label).Another cheap label, Sunrise, was produced (although nobody seems to know for whom it was produced, as Sunrise records are exceptionally rare today).These used a shallower and more closely spaced implementation of the large "standard groove" found on contemporary 78 rpm records, rather than the "microgroove" used for post-World War II 33⅓ rpm "LP" (long play) records.In the depths of the Great Depression, the format was a commercial failure, partly because the new playback equipment these records required was quite expensive.Users will be notified when they can access the online court system.

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