eigoMANGA CEO Austin Osueke Is Featured On StirTV

eigoMANGA – Bringing Anime to the US

In seven years, the American anime industry has grown from $50 million to $200 million. Stir TV talks with Austin Osueke, CEO of the eigoMANGA publishing company which features Japanese manga and anime in the US. Come see what all the fuss is about, and discover the anime fan inside yourself.

About eigoMANGA: www.eigoMANGA.com

Founded in August 2000, eigoMANGA is an independent media and publishing company committed to developing, producing and marketing original American "manga," or Japanese-influenced comic books and graphic novels. eigoMANGA's integrated media offerings include anime-themed television programming and anime-themed live events.

About StirTV: http://www.stirtv.com/

StirTV, the first show for and about Asian America's next generation. The program will be a showcase feature of International Channel's groundbreaking English-language programming block “Asia Street,” which was launched in January 2003, and has proven to be one of the most popular segments of the cable channel's schedule.

Stir is being produced and distributed by a novel partnership between International Channel, a national cable network that reaches nearly 12 million households across the nation, and KTSF-TV, the nation's oldest and largest Asian-language broadcast channel.

The show is unique for both KTSF-TV and International Channel, longtime stalwarts of the Asian-language television industry, in that it targets the emerging audience of 18-to-25-year-old Asian Americans who were born, raised, or educated here in the U.S.—a diverse group of trend-setters and pop-culture mavens who are among the nation's most dynamic and rapidly growing populations...

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