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Daisuki Closure -- Featured

Daisuki to End Anime Streaming Service in October

Daisuki, owned by parent company Anime Consortium Japan, announced on Tuesday that their anime streaming service will end on October 31, 2017. Apparently, this will not affect the free Dragon Ball Super simulcast; more details...
FUNimation / Sony -- Featured

Sony Pictures to Acquire Majority Stake in FUNimation

Sony Pictures announced Monday that they will be acquiring a majority stake in FUNimation Entertainment. The agreement values the company at around $150 million, with Sony purchasing 95% stake for $143 million. Gen Fukunaga,...
Crunchyroll -- Featured

Crunchyroll Partners With NBCUniversal Ent. Japan to Co-Develop Anime

Crunchyroll announced yesterday that it has partnered with NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan to co-create new anime titles. The two companies did not announce anything specific, but that they are going for "international appeal." NBCUniversal is a...
Anime Strike Summer 2017 Lineup -- Featured

Amazon Announces Full Anime Strike Summer Lineup

Amazon has finally announced their Anime Strike Summer lineup, along with the show's premiere dates. Unlike last season, where Anime Strike had 10 exclusive shows, this season comes in at only six; three of...
HIDIVE Launches New Streaming Service

New Anime Streaming Service ‘HIDIVE’ Launches

There is a new legal anime streaming service in town, and they have a lot to offer. HIDIVE launched a beta version of their website on Tuesday, in partnership with Sentai Filmworks. HIDIVE currently offers...