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Originally created as something of a specialty YouTube for anime and other Japanese media and consisting primarily of illicit fansubs, in 2008 CrunchyRoll established deals to legally distribute some popular anime series simultaneous to their Japanese airing.
Crunchyroll is a legal video website that streams Asian drama shows and anime.
Its services are to provide shows on the computer, iPhone, IPad, Android smartphones, and television. The company sells merchandise with discounts.
On October 30, 2013, Crunchyroll has partnered up with Kodansha to legally stream few key manga titles for audiences outside of Japan.
It was founded in June 2006, and the company has offices in San Francisco, California and Tokyo, Japan. It is funded by Venrock, TV Tokyo, Bitway, and angel investors.
Updated since October 2013
Emily Balistrieri, Nate Ming, Humberto Saabedra, Scott Green, Greg Lanson, and Sean Russel - Contributor
Crunchyroll does live broadcast of various anime conventions such as Anime Expo.
Please list new shows not continuing simulcasts.
|Date Founded||June 5, 2006, midnight|