Reporter George Mocharko looks at the manufacturing and supply chain issues that are delaying vinyl record pressing schedules by eight to nine months.


 
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Vinyl has seen a resurgence in recent years, but the increased demand for the old-school format has been impacted by manufacturing and supply chain issues that are delaying pressing schedules by eight to nine months. Reporter George Mocharko looks at how these production bottlenecks are affecting independent recording artists and their record labels struggling to get albums out.

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