Endeavor CEO: Entertainment Industry Transformation

| April 19, 2019

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Endeavor CEO Ari Emmanuel chats with Jim Cramer about the future of the entertainment industry and why he thinks his company of talent and media agencies is best set up for what’s to come.

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Crunchyroll, Inc.

Crunchyroll is the world’s largest destination for anime and manga, boasting a global community of more than 35 million registered users and over 1 million subscribers. Fans connect through the most complete anime library including "Naruto Shippuden,"​ "Attack on Titan,"​ and “Dragon Ball Super,” events such as Crunchyroll Movie Nights, Crunchyroll News, and can purchase related merchandise through its online store. Through its app on game consoles, set-top boxes, mobile devices and more, Crunchyroll delivers content from leading media producers directly to viewers translated professionally in multiple languages. The service is available for free or through a premium offering that allows users to watch ad-free with access to simulcasts—top series available immediately after Japanese broadcast.

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