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JVCKenwood Victor Entertainment

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JVCKenwood Victor Entertainment Corporation
Subsidiary
IndustryEntertainment
FoundedApril 25, 1972
Yokohama, Japan
HeadquartersKita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Yuichi Kaito (president)
Toshiaki Shibutani (managing director)
ProductsAudio, visual and computer software media products
OwnerJVC Kenwood
Number of employees
400 (as of July 2017)
ParentJVC
Websitehttp://www.jvcmusic.co.jp
Victor・JVC logo
Victor・JVC logo

JVCKenwood Victor Entertainment Corporation[a], also known as Victor Entertainment[b] in Japan, is a subsidiary of JVC Kenwood that produces and distributes music, movies and other entertainment products such as anime and television shows in Japan. It is known as JVC Entertainment in countries where Sony Music Entertainment operates the RCA Victor label.

History

  • April 1972: Victor Music Industries, Inc. (ビクター音楽産業株式会社, Bikutā Ongaku Sangyō Kabushiki-gaisha) is spun off as a subsidiary of JVC.
  • February 1984: The sales and marketing department of JVC is spun off as Nihon AVC, Inc. (日本エイ・ブイ・シー株式会社, Nihon EiBuiShī Kabushiki-gaisha).
  • April 1993: Nihon AVC and Victor Music Industries merge and the name is changed to Victor Entertainment, Inc. (ビクターエンタテインメント株式会社, Bikutā Entateinmento Kabushiki-gaisha)
  • October 1, 1996: Victor Interactive Software takes over video game-related activities after Pack-In-Video is merged with Victor Entertainment.
  • March 1999: The main office is moved.
  • April 2014: The corporate name is changed to JVCKenwood Victor Entertainment Corporation.

Labels

Records

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  • AB-Victor France
  • Aosis Records
  • CJ Victor Entertainment (joint venture with CJ E&M of South Korea)
  • Cypress Showers
  • ELA Music (Kaela Kimura's label)
  • Getting Better
  • Globe Roots
  • Happy House
  • Hihirecords (for babies and kids)
  • Invitation
  • JVC Entertainment (production, artist managements, and overseas products)
    • Flying Dog (animation-related products)
  • FlyingStar Records (formerly BabeStar Label)
    • rookiestar
  • JVC Jazz
  • JVC World Sounds
  • Mob Squad (Dragon Ash Private Label)
  • Nafin
  • Speedstar International
  • Speedstar Records
  • Taishita (Southern All Stars Private Label, joint venture with Amuse, Inc.)
  • Victor

Distribution

Video

Major artists

Listed alphabetically by group or first name. Names are in Western order (given name, family name).

Video games

Title Platform(s) Release date
Banana Family Computer September 8, 1986
Hana no Star Kaidou Family Computer March 17, 1987
Outlanders Family Computer December 4, 1987
Fisherman Sanpei Family Computer March 17, 1988
Ys Family Computer August 26, 1988
Makyou Densetsu PC Engine September 23, 1988
Kaguya Hime Densetsu Family Computer December 16, 1988
Shiryou Sensen: War of the Dead PC Engine March 24, 1989
Kagami no Kuni no Legend CD-ROM² October 27, 1989
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf PC Engine November 24, 1989
CD-ROM² September 14, 1990
Tiger Road PC Engine February 23, 1990
Flappy Special Game Boy March 23, 1990
Sansara Naga Family Computer March 23, 1990
King of Casino PC Engine March 30, 1990
Ys II Family Computer May 25, 1990
Ultrabox Soukangou CD-ROM² June 15, 1990
Veigues Tactical Gladiator PC Engine June 29, 1990
Magical Dinosaur Tour CD-ROM² August 24, 1990
Jangou Family Computer August 30, 1990
Ankoku Densetsu PC Engine September 7, 1990
Boulder Dash Game Boy September 21, 1990
Ultrabox 2-gou CD-ROM² September 28, 1990
Toy Shop Boys PC Engine December 14, 1990
Ultrabox 3-gou CD-ROM² December 26, 1990
Niji no Silkroad Family Computer February 22, 1991
Ys III Family Computer September 27, 1991
Star Wars Family Computer November 15, 1991
Wonder Dog Mega-CD September 25, 1992
Super Star Wars Super Famicom December 18, 1992
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Family Computer March 12, 1993
Keio Flying Squadron Mega-CD August 6, 1993
Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Super Famicom December 17, 1993
Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Super Famicom June 23, 1995
Keio Flying Squadron 2 Sega Saturn May 17, 1996
Tournament Leader Sega Saturn August 23, 1996
PlayStation

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Japanese: 株式会社JVCケンウッド・ビクターエンタテインメント Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha JeiBuiShīKenuddo Bikutā Entateinmento
  2. ^ Japanese: ビクターエンタテインメント Hepburn: Bikutā Entateinmento

References

External links

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