More Shows To Europe..!!
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Posted 7/18/12
HELLOOOOW!

I just wanted to tell Crunchy, that there are also people in Denmark e.g

There are SO many AWESOME Series that i'm not able to see.

I know that you guys need the authority from the makers, developers and such.

But I have this urge to tell you that many Europeans would LOVE being able to see as many series as you can in Japan, America and so on

Here is a little feedback..

I LOVE THIS WEBSITE!!
But you should fix the Iphone app (Crunchyroll) notification problem

THANK YOU ! :D
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Posted 7/20/12
I think in Japan Crunchyroll is probably utterly useless, since in Japan they have other ways to distribute shows there, so Crunchy probably blocks very much.

But there is already an old thread about this topic: The short version: The whole licensing-process seems to be terribly retarded and some people just dont want europeans to have a legal way to watch certain shows. Maybe someday they will realize that more customers means more income. Until then just play american or just dont pay at all, they ask for it more or less...
Aryoch 
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Posted 7/21/12
Welcome to the team, hahaha!!
Although I live in South America, I still can't get even half of all the content provided by CR because the service is very recent around here and we are able to get only the newest content.
I really hope that anime publishers realize how their earnings could rise if they provided their content to as much people as they could through streaming websites like CR and getting rid of the ridiculous IP/Region block on their own websites (e.g FUNimation).
The Wise Wizard
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Posted 7/21/12

Aryoch wrote:
I really hope that anime publishers realize how their earnings could rise if they provided their content to as much people as they could through streaming websites like CR and getting rid of the ridiculous IP/Region block on their own websites (e.g FUNimation).

Regarding Funimation, I suspect they are more interested in making their website easier to manage (by using geoblocking on a broad basis instead of only on specific content) than catering to the market outside of their license region that might purchase their media.
Aryoch 
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Posted 7/21/12
Yeah, probably. Sometimes you can't even read the site's news. That's a little too much lol
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