This question is one I intended to ask @fmera , but I think this is a better way to do it. When viewing other places, such as the ISRC database and iTunes files, the “label” used is not always the label MB wants. That topic I do not wish to ask or discuss here.
My question is… what shall, or can, we do with that information? The names/titles applied to the containing fields include, specific examples, “Vendor”, “XID”, “Release Label”, etc. As said above, I know that although that is either a match or close match to what MB asks for on the label entry field on the release page, it is not always the case, but could be only. Now, for others, me included, this information is the information wanted.
fmera has stated prior that there are other fields and relationships where labels can be associated with other areas, but in cases like this, the listed title is not a match to MB, so how would one know where to place them? I would make a guess as distribution, but that is a somewhat narrow minded thought and also is not always going to be the case.
This question may need some specifics for an example, so if this is the case, I will provide. I am unsure the knowledge of the usage of such things to all here, so I will leave it as just ask if you need more info to properly provide input. And to repair for clarity, this question is not at all regarding what to enter into MB for a release where it asks for label and catalog number. It is also worth noting that this question applies mostly to digital releases vs physical.