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Post Reply Is it better that crunchyroll would explain why they have to license the animes??..
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YES!!!!!!! IT IS BETTER SO THAT WE COULD UNDERSTAND WHY...
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There are information about licensing... http://wiki.crunchyroll.com/Licensing Please read it and then comment about it...
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There's no need for explainations =/ Even if we demand it, they'll probably ignore us.
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enx but im asking is there any way to get that license thing?? Because crunchyroll has a good quality...and i love to watch animes here in crunchyroll..
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There is no need to for CR to explain it becasuie its OBVIOUS, COMAPAINIES that produce the Anmie license it becasue, they do no wnat the material being shown for free on sites such as thIs as they lose revenue (money) .... this is a VERY simplified explanation
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lol it may be obvious, but it is still reality that these companies(please spell it right if you want to flame us, especially if you are going to caps it -_-) charge exorbitant fees for their animes. I'm a college student and there is no way i can afford to pay 30 dollars to see 3-5 episodes of an anime. I stand by the belief, that if anime was only available at a cost, then it would die in the United States. These "companies" only make money cause fansubbing has made anime highly popular in the United States now. I think they shouldn't forget who is actually making them money.
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Posted 7/31/08 , edited 7/31/08
DaretokiLL, please, get some fact before you start a stupid thread like this...

Second of all, why wouldn't they license it? I mean, it sounds pretty stupid to not get it licensed...
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They license everything because they are gay and have no life.. and it is how they kill time
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Posted 7/31/08 , edited 7/31/08
They don't need to..it's obvious!!!!
They get money for selling these anime to the licensed company..and of course the company don't let them show it because if everybody watch online then no one will buy their CDs..
urgh!! i'm so pissed!!
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yes
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anime shows that are licensed are so annoying...
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Tormented wrote:

lol it may be obvious, but it is still reality that these companies(please spell it right if you want to flame us, especially if you are going to caps it -_-) charge exorbitant fees for their animes. I'm a college student and there is no way i can afford to pay 30 dollars to see 3-5 episodes of an anime. I stand by the belief, that if anime was only available at a cost, then it would die in the United States. These "companies" only make money cause fansubbing has made anime highly popular in the United States now. I think they shouldn't forget who is actually making them money.


Enough with that, really.... It's pretty obvious that aside from people like you (people who don't want to pay for licensed animes and want to watch it for free), the companies make their money from people who actually CARE TO PAY for licensed animes. Where do you think their money comes from really...?

And besides, it's not CR that licenses the animes. Would you rather CR continues to show licensed animes and obtain legal troubles?
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jinreyon wrote:


Tormented wrote:

lol it may be obvious, but it is still reality that these companies(please spell it right if you want to flame us, especially if you are going to caps it -_-) charge exorbitant fees for their animes. I'm a college student and there is no way i can afford to pay 30 dollars to see 3-5 episodes of an anime. I stand by the belief, that if anime was only available at a cost, then it would die in the United States. These "companies" only make money cause fansubbing has made anime highly popular in the United States now. I think they shouldn't forget who is actually making them money.


Enough with that, really.... It's pretty obvious that aside from people like you (people who don't want to pay for licensed animes and want to watch it for free), the companies make their money from people who actually CARE TO PAY for licensed animes. Where do you think their money comes from really...?

And besides, it's not CR that licenses the animes. Would you rather CR continues to show licensed animes and obtain legal troubles?




firstly, i feel sorry for anyone who shells out the cash needed to watch just one complete anime series solely bought from a store. Secondly, I wasn't commenting on CR taking off the anime. I understand the legal ramifications of leaving copyrighted work streaming. I was commenting on the skewed capitalism that licensing companies employ to leach off of the growing anime market. These shows are shown on CABLE tv. Theses companies should not have the right to copyright subbed versions of these shows. If they want to copyright their own dubs, then they can go ahead, but the original show is in Japaneses and whether the original owners want to sell the rights or not shouldn't affect people who are subbing it on their own. Either way, like pirated media, anime enthusiasts will always find a way to put the popular shows up for others to view.
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