Global streaming giant Netflix has unveiled on their content showcase in Singapore on Thursday five (5) new anime shows as a part of their original series, which will include the highly-acclaimed Filipino comic Trese.
After two years of what seemed to be an unlikely partnership, North American anime distributor Funimation is ending its content licensing agreement with streaming service Crunchyroll on November 9.
Philippine pay TV provider SKYcable has added new channels to its SKY on Demand platform's live streaming feature, which includes anime channels ANIPLUS Asia and ANIMAX Asia.
Just when fans thought things are going smoothly for MNL48, four of its members suddenly announced they are leaving the idol group.
Tribe, the over-the-top (OTT) streaming service owned by Malaysian pay-TV provider Astro, has announced on Monday that the streaming of Southeast Asian anime channel ANIPLUS Asia will only last until the end of May.
Turner Broadcasting System Asia-Pacific has announced on Monday that the Pan-regional animation channel will be ending its operations on Saturday, March 31.
The four remaining anime titles from Philippine-based licensor Telesuccess Productions are leaving the video streaming service iflix this month.
In a surprising move, ABS-CBN's cable entertainment channel Jeepney TV has announced in a television advertisement on Friday that they will revive the HERO Zone anime block.
Primetrade Asia, the organizers of the much-awaited concert of Japanese all-female rock band SCANDAL this June, has issued a statement on Tuesday regarding the timing of the ticket-selling for the event.
A week after the Filipino language anime channel HEROtv closed its doors, their social media accounts has officially announced that the anime channel will now be revamped into a "digital portal", which will now be known simply as HERO.