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Project Anime provides some of the latest news in the Japanese pop culture industry during February 2020.
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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,
“Line management is a necessity.” Within the consumer heavy business of Pop Culture events, as Business and Event professionals, managing and maintaining lines and queues are an essential part of the industry. You cannot have a successful booth or event without understanding the importance of providing organized and efficient access to the attendees. The type of line, the space, and the flexible options in maintaining the queue builds the foundation for: Reduced wait times An efficient and continuously moving line Positive
Stay up to date! Project Anime provides some of the latest news in the Japanese pop culture industry during January 2020. [Anime News Network] Digital Manga Sales Up 29.5% in Japan in 2019 [Verge] Netflix has ordered a live-action show based on One Piece, which will add to the current live-action adaptations roster to court manga and anime fans [Anime News Network] Funimation will shut down access to its FunimationNow streaming service for users in Australia and New Zealand on March 30 [Business Insider] Youtube nabs exclusive streaming rights
B2B conference to promote international growth in anime and events Santa Ana, Calif. (January 16, 2020) – The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) is thrilled to announce Project Anime: Tokyo taking place at The Tender House on March 19. Project Anime, a business conference series created by the SPJA to increase awareness and knowledge of the anime industry throughout the world, provides Japanese Intellectual Property (IP) holders, event organizers, and global entertainment companies the insight they need to