The Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) is going through change.
The outfit, which was founded in 1964, represents the local interests of EMI, Sony, Universal and Warner. After more than 45 years, it will now attempt to revamp its image.
Along with a new website is a change of name. Out goes the old CRIA and in comes the new – Music Canada.
Graham Henderson will continue as chief of the organization.
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