We distinguish between discographic and descriptive content. Discographic content refers to the album, artist, label, pricing, or availability status of a title. Descriptive content is the information that is supplied to a title which goes beyond the basic discographic information. Examples of descriptive content include product description, label and artist comments, artist biography, and track listings.
The fastest way to correct discographic information and descriptive content is via Vendor Central.
Although using Vendor Central is best, you may also send corrections via the Catalogue Update form. On the detail page for the item you'd like to correct, you will see a section midway down the page labeled "Product Details". This section includes a link that reads: "Would you like to update product info?" Click this link, sign in and you will be at the Catalogue Update form where you can submit changes to our catalogue data. Note that you cannot correct all fields using this form; only the following fields are supported:
Your corrections, if approved, should appear online within 3 business days after submittal.
Corrections to fields that are not supported by these forms may be sent to Customer Service. Please be sure to include the ISBN/ASIN of your item listed, full details of the change requested and the name and e-mail address of someone we can contact if we have questions.
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