Daisuki Opens Third Show-Selection Survey


Daisuki LogoDAISUKI.NET ANNOUNCES THIRD PART OF SURVEY TO PICK FUTURE TITLES!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tokyo, June 3, 2013

DAISUKI Inc., the Japanese Animation official distribution site, announced today that it is launching the third part of its five part survey to determine what titles will be streamed on the site in the future.

Fans are encouraged to visit the site and take part in the survey and help determine what content Daisuki.net will roll out next.

DAISUKI.net is comprised of several major players in the anime and advertising world that have partnered to form this new website and enterprise:  Aniplex Inc., SUNRISE INC., TOEI ANIMATION Co., LTD., TMS ENTERTAINMENT CO., LTD., NIHON AD SYSTEMS INC., DENTSU INC. and ASATSU-­-DK INC.

For more updates visit www.daisuki.net

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