Showing Japanese anime worldwide
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Posted 5/5/09
Did these guys ever think about showing their anime world wide. Instead of having people stealing meaning watching em when people post them on the net why not show them world wide on the tv set with ready made subs. Won't they have better business that way?
Posted 5/5/09
I don't know :/ Maybe some people doesn't want to watch it on tv? ><;
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Posted 5/5/09
truth be told that would be a good idea but it would cost lots of money to air world wide and also not everybody likes anime so a lot of good anime would end up being taken off cuz of ratings and some would air while ppl that want to watch are sleeping so i think its better the way crunchyroll is doing it they got permission to load the stuff so a small fee is appropriate i just wish they could get back a lot of the anime they had and more at least thats what i think
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Posted 5/5/09
because it's only a pretty small niche in the market. They only sell stuff to America which they think will sell to kids and create merchandise like Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh and Dragonball Z...and the new junk like Bakugan
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Posted 5/5/09
Because of Laws

Like, how 60% of the tv series must be created by this same country


Also note that pro subber > fansub anytime
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Posted 5/7/09
I'm just saying this because while looking at a lot of these sites. They show you the amount of viewers who view these animes.

I really want to think that most of the viewers speak english (this doesn't include the asian/japanese viewers). For example an anime like one piece (english sub) has over 20,000 views weekly and i think something like this could be taken advantage of.

Another obstacle has come this way aswell. Because everyone nowadays is soo keen on computers no one really watches tv no more (i know i don't) but I still feel like there should be a channel on tv where we can watch all animes all the time. About holy mays reply i didn't know about that law at all :D

As for crunchy i hope they get more licens cause they are doing the right thing by supporting these people.
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It is not easy as it looks like.
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Posted 5/7/09

Bashment wrote:

I'm just saying this because while looking at a lot of these sites. They show you the amount of viewers who view these animes.

I really want to think that most of the viewers speak english (this doesn't include the asian/japanese viewers). For example an anime like one piece (english sub) has over 20,000 views weekly and i think something like this could be taken advantage of.

Another obstacle has come this way aswell. Because everyone nowadays is soo keen on computers no one really watches tv no more (i know i don't) but I still feel like there should be a channel on tv where we can watch all animes all the time. About holy mays reply i didn't know about that law at all :D

As for crunchy i hope they get more licens cause they are doing the right thing by supporting these people.


I don't support Crunchyroll for those following reasons:

1- Their subs sucks
2- Streaming = No thanks -_-
Video Quality wise:


-Buffering takes forever and doesn't worth my time to watch it while buffering
Video File > Stream anytime


3- License isn't always a good thing
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Posted 5/7/09
I don't think almost every TV station in almost every country accepts anime. The internet provides a much faster means of catching up with the latest episodes whenever you feel like it after it is released. If it is shown on TV, it is probably at a fixed time and high chance at a time that many won't be able to watch it.
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