Are Vancouver dubs going to go extinct?
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Posted 12/19/14
With the departures of Trevor Devall and Matt Hill to LA in 2013, the possible loss of their flagship Gundam series to NYAV Post due to Right Stuf's (the company that has made a deal with Sunrise to be the future distributor for the Gundam series) close ties with that company, and Viz and AoA not bothering to use Vancouver as an alternative to LA union-contracted dubs (which actually are more expensive than Vancouver dubs and it's getting increasingly hard to hire Union-only VAs to appear in LA dubs ever since the recession), are Vancouver dubs going to go by the way of the dinosaur?
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Posted 12/19/14 , edited 12/19/14

Domayv wrote:

With the departures of Trevor Devall and Matt Hill to LA in 2013, the possible loss of their flagship Gundam series to NYAV Post due to Right Stuf's (the company that has made a deal with Sunrise to be the future distributor for the Gundam series) close ties with that company, and Viz and AoA not bothering to use Vancouver as an alternative to LA union-contracted dubs (which actually are more expensive than Vancouver dubs and it's getting increasingly hard to hire Union-only VAs to appear in LA dubs ever since the recession), are Vancouver dubs going to go by the way of the dinosaur?


I moved this to the Advice, Info, Recommendations since you are asking for info. Yeah, I feel that the industry is so competitive and the Vancouver dubs are so/so.... well at least for me. They might disappear like VHS tapes lol
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