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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Latoya Peterson tagged animation

"But even as anime's popularity grows worldwide, the Japanese artists who do much of the work are finding their jobs at risk. "The problems plaguing the industry are numerous. Seeking lower costs, production companies for decades have been outsourcing the work to animation companies in South Korea, India, Vietnam and elsewhere, where scores of trade schools have cropped up and artists can be hired more readily.


"More recently, competitors in China are cranking out their own lines of films and anime shows, in an effort to draw business away from Japan. Piracy is also on the rise, as bootlegging flourishes on YouTube and other Internet sites. And the popularity of the art form is cooling at home in Japan, as video games and the Web compete for consumers' time and money."

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"Disney is wringing the pink out of its princess movies.
"After the less-than-fairy-tale results for its most recent animated release, 'The Princess and the Frog,' executives at the Burbank studio believe they know why the acclaimed movie came up short at the box office.
"Brace yourself: Boys didn't want to see a movie with 'princess' in the title."

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"We wanted to make sure that it was not the Speedy of the 1950s -- the racist Speedy," said the comedian's wife Ann Lopez, who will serve alongside him as a producer. "Speedy's going to be a misunderstood boy who comes from a family that works in a very meticulous setting, and he's a little too fast for what they do. He makes a mess of that. So he has to go out in the world to find what he's good at."

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