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Nouveau système de distribution pour #Wakanim (Manga-News)


L’éditeur de vidéo à la demande Wakanim nous présente un tout nouveau système de distribution de ses programmes avec la mise à disposition de cartes VOD collector.

Lancement prévu lors de Japan Expo 2016, puis de façon régulière, ce qui permettra aux amateurs de les collectionner ou bien sur de les offrir.

La collection se distinguera selon les critères suivants :… [Lire la suite sur Manga-News]

Netflix first original anime series looks Robotech-level awesome (Sploid Gizmodo)

Netflix is launching its first original anime series on July 4: the futuristic Knights of Sidonia. The first season, already broadcasted in Japan, is 12 episodes of… [Read more on Sploid]

Amazon and Netflix Are Going After Your Kids (The Street)

Amazon (AMZN_) and Netflix (NFLX_) are both looking to up the ante when it comes to original content programming that grabs the so-called binge watching momentum. So, what better age group to satisfy than kids?

Amazon said Thursday that the first of three of its original children’s programming series will premiere later this month, available for streaming through Prime Instant Video and via Amazon’s Kindle FreeTime app. Amazon is launching the first six episodes of the animated series, Tumble Leaf, on May 23; Creative Galaxy, an interactive art adventure… [Read more on The Street]

#Hulu to Stream Anime Classic ‘Sailor Moon’ (Variety)

Internet service adds episodes via pact with Viz Media, which has acquired exclusive North America rights to franchise from Toei Animation

Hulu has gotten its hands on iconic Japanese anime series “Sailor Moon,” bringing it back to U.S. audiences for the first time in almost a decade.

The Internet TV service will stream the first four episodes of “Sailor Moon” — uncut and remastered — starting Monday, May 19, through a deal with distribution company Viz Media, which acquired exclusive North American rights to the franchise from Tokyo-based Toei Animation Co.

Hulu will add two new episodes of the 200-episode series each subsequent Monday. Viz’s platform also will… [Read more on Variety]

Amazon set to launch its first three original TV shows for children (The Guardian)

Tumble Leaf is one of Amazon’s first original shows for children.

Tumble Leaf, Creative Galaxy and Annedroids to debut on Prime service this summer, going head-to-head with Netflix originals

Amazon is preparing to launch its first three original TV series for children, developed by its Amazon Studios division and offered as part of its Prime subscription service.

Animated shows Tumble Leaf and Creative Galaxy will debut on the service on 23 May and 27 June respectively, aimed at preschool-age children. Live-action series Annedroids, aimed at 4-7 year-olds, will appear from 25 July.

The shows – like 2013’s adult series Alpha House and Betas – will be… [Read more on The Guardian]

The 7 Best New Anime Series You Need to Be Watching (Wired)

The coming of spring means many things, as life springs anew, tulips bloom, and of course, a new season of anime shows hits the air in Japan. While U.S. fans used to have to wait patiently for new Japanese series to (legally) hit American shores, thanks to streaming services like Crunchyroll and Hulu, most of them are available for your viewing pleasure right now. But which ones are worth watching? We’ve put together… [Read more on Wired]


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