Kadokawa Corp. is a major Japanese film company, but hardly a typical one. Unlike the other three members of the Motion Picture Producers Assn. of Japan — the organization that represents Japan's…
Kadokawa is a major player in the manga and anime markets, with the former feeding the latter. Among its most successful collaborators is Mamoru Hosoda, an animator who has taken over the hitmaker…
Six Japanese companies are investing in Anime Consortium Japan, a content joint venture launched by Bandai Namco and the Cool Japan Fund
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TOKYO — Media conglomerate Kadokawa and video portal provider Dwango have announced their merger, effective Oct. 1. The aim is to combine Kadokawa's strengths in content, including pics, comics…
Japan's Kadokawa is selling its HK cinema circuit and Hollywood sub-distributor to a vehicle controlled by Media Asia boss Peter Lam.
TOKYO -- Media conglom Kadokawa Shoten Publishing, which owns the library of Daiei -- one of Japan's six major studios operating during the 1950s and 1960s Golden Age -- is celebrating Daiei's 70th…
Japanese media conglom Kadokawa Group Holdings plans to set up a Chinese joint venture to expand its presence in the Chinese market for comics, toons and novels.
Citing the rapid digitalization of the U.S. biz where 3-D digtal pics are becoming the norm, exhibs Toho and Kadokawa Group Holdings are partnering to convert their screens in Japan to digital…
Media conglom Kadokawa Group Holdings is tying up with YouTube to earn ad coin from its toons that have been posted without its permission.
Japanese media giant Kadokawa is following South Korean major CJ Entertainment and selling its stake in DreamWorks to Paramount. Kadokawa will sell its 2.91% stake for $21.7 million by the end of…