For year, fansites were THE purveyors of anime series and features in the U.S. Finally, Crunchyroll went legit and producers began to realize that DVD was done. Now Japan is hosting its own anime portals, like the newly unveiled Daisuki.net, to capitalize on the online market. Is it too little to late? And can Japanese-run sites compete with U.S.-based portals like Crunchyroll, Netflix and Hulu?
With Roland Kelts (author JapanAmerica), Keith Kawamura (Crunchyroll), and Christopher Macdonald (Anime News Network)