It's a rough business world out there for streaming services, and it seems the cruel realities of the modern market have claimed another victim: as of October 31, 2017, Daisuki - an international anime streaming platform managed by Anime Consortium Japan, Inc. - will shut down for good. Hit the jump to learn more.
Daisuki, a streaming service associated with Anime Consortium Japan, has announced a slate of Fall 2016 simulcast titles as well as additional catalog titles for their premium members. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anime Consortium Japan, the parent company of the Daisuki streaming portal has announced that a new group of investors has invested in the venture. Hit the jump for the details.
This week, DeNA and Anime Consortium Japan Inc announced that they plan to stream Japanese anime titles through English database/forum site MyAnimeList. The MyAnimeList website was purchased by DeNA Group in January 2015 from male-lifestyle publisher CraveOnline Media. More after the jump.