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As part of the efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), numerous events across the globe have canceled or postponed. To help event organizers during this time of difficulty and uncertainty, industry and trade organizations have put together a variety of resources such as webinars and other guides, while event software companies also offer support and information.

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As part of the efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), numerous events across the globe have canceled or postponed. To help event organizers during this time of difficulty and uncertainty, industry and trade organizations have put together a variety of resources such as webinars and other guides, while event software companies also offer support and information. This article will be updated weekly as the situation develops. Upcoming Free Webinars On Demand - How to Bring Physical Events into

Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in late 2019, it has spread across the globe. As a result, various events have been affected due to health and safety concerns. Many sporting events have opted to close their arenas and stadiums, focusing on broadcast only. Several theme parks across Japan have temporarily closed. Concerts, conferences, and conventions have canceled and postponed. Project Anime has compiled an ongoing list of pop culture event statements, cancelations, postponements, and virtual event news; closures and

Stay up to date! Project Anime provides some of the latest news in the Japanese pop culture industry during February 2020.     [Collider] Crunchyroll Announces First-Ever Slate of Originals             [Deadline] Hulu Promotes Chief Marketing Officer Kelly Campbell to President             [Cord Cutters News] Netflix Expands Anime Collection by Partnering with Six Creators for Originals           [Youtube] Aniplex Announced the Launch of A New Visual Novel Brand: ANIPLEX.EXE               [Anime News Network] Kadokawa Launches Official Goods Store for Overseas Fans             [Olean Times Herald] Funko, Inc. Announces Bandai as Exclusive Distribution Partner Across Japan               [Hollywood Reporter] ESA President Talks E3 Absences,

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