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Funimation to buy Crunchyroll for $1.175 billion

Funimation to buy Crunchyroll for $1.175 billion - Bent Corner

Anime streaming service Funimation has reached an agreement to buy competitor anime streaming service Crunchyroll for $1.175 billion in cash. Sony Pictures and Sony Music own Funimation. AT&T currently owns Crunchyroll. Sony and AT&T have been in talks for some time now to make this purchase a reality. AT&T has a lot of long-term debt ($153.39 …

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Sony in talks to buy Crunchyroll for $957 million

Sony in talks to buy Crunchyroll for $957 million

Sony Corp is in final talks with AT&T to buy U.S. anime streaming service Crunchyroll. The offer is reportedly for 100 billion yen ($957 million). That’s a lot of money for an American based anime streaming service. Sony already owns a U.S. based streaming service. Funimation is a competitor of Crunchyroll and Sony owns 95% of …

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Vic Mignogna ordered to pay $223k to defendants in failed lawsuit

A judge ordered former anime voice actor Vic Mignogna to pay $223,042.42 in attorney fees to the parties he sued in a failed defamation and tortious interference lawsuit. He was also ordered to pay an additional $15,000 in court sanctions. Mignogna lost his jobs with Funimation and Rooster Teeth after an internal investigation concerning sexual harassment …

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Virtue signaling is always a giant waste of time

Virtue signaling is always a giant waste of time - Bent Corner

Funimation, a Texas-based company specializing in dubbing and distributing anime for an American audience, went to Twitter on Saturday and engaged in a bit of virtue signaling.

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