1929 Radio Corporation of America (RCA) purchased the Victor Talking Machine Company, then the world's largest manufacturer of phonographs and phonograph records. The record company became RCA-Victor. With Victor, RCA acquired New World rights to the famous Nipper trademark.
1935 RCA sold its interest in EMI but EMI continued to distribute RCA recordings on the HMV label. RCA also manufactured and distributed HMV classical recordings in North America
Sources of Information
- RCA Records Wikipedia