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|Parent company||GMA Network Inc.|
|Founded||1995 (as Infiniti Music) |
2003 (as GMA Records)
2019 (as GMA Music)
|Distributor(s)||RGMA Marketing and Productions, Inc.|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Location||GMA Network Center, EDSA cor. Timog Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines|
GMA Music (formerly known as Infiniti Music and GMA Records) is a subsidiary of GMA Network Inc. and is engaged in the production, marketing and distribution of music and concerts. GMA Music is a member of PARI and has the distinction of having two Diamond Record awards in the highly competitive music scene.
GMA Music also released video karaoke VCDs versions of the label's songs in the Philippines.
Some movies are released with GMA Films partners (most being Regal Entertainment or Viva Films) but the following are solely released by GMA Music Home Video:
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