News Playlist Magazine Covers Online Anime in North America
posted on 2007-04-25 10:35 EDT
Playlist and Macworld magazine editor Peter Cohen reports on the current online distribution choices for anime in North America, with an emphasis on the iTunes Store. The article includes comments from representatives of Funimation (iTunes Store), Bandai Entertainment (Amazon.com's Unboxed service), ADV Films (Windows Media Video downloads), Geneon Entertainment, and Anime on DVD.
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