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Victor Company of Japan, or JVC, is a large international corporation headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, which produces audio, video, and consumer electronics products.

"The Victor Company of Japan" was founded in 1927 as a subsidiary of the United States' leading phonograph and record company, the Victor Talking Machine Company.

In 1929 majority ownership was transfered to RCA-Victor.

In 1939 JVC debuted Japan's first televisions.

The Japanese company severed relations with its foreign partners during World War II.

Since 1953, JVC has been owned by Matsushita.

JVC was the inventor of VHS system of video tape, with the first home machines debuting in 1976.

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