Asian Animation Industry Report 2015: Strategies Trends & Opportunities

DUBLIN, Apr. 02, 2015 — (PRNewswire) — Research and Markets

( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vv3gmm/asian_animation) has announced the addition of the "Asian Animation Industry 2015: Strategies Trends & Opportunities" report to their offering.

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The most authoritative Animation Industry Analysis.

Much of Asia's animation production since the 1960s has been tied to foreign interests attracted by stable and inexpensive labor supplies. For nearly forty years, western studios have established and maintained production facilities, first in Japan, then in South Korea and Taiwan, and now also in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and China. The economics of the industry made it feasible for Asia to feed the cartoon world, to the extent that today, about 90% of all American television animation is produced in Asia.

The usual procedure is for pre-production to be done in the United States or other European countries, after which, the package is sent to Asia for production. The work is sent back to the U.S. or other headquarter country for post-production Offshore animation has led to the creating and nurturing of a local industry, as an infrastructure is built up, equipment is put into place, and skills are transferred.

An emerging trend in the Asian animation industry is the increasing focus towards production of local animation content for television as well as production of animated movies.

A number of Asian animation studios are giving importance to owning and protecting animation content by investing in intellectual property protection mechanisms.

MARKET WATCH

The rapid advancement of computer technology has made computer animation available to the masses. The major animation markets include the United States, Canada, Japan, China, France, Britain, Korea and Germany. The outsourced computer animation production market is increasingly being tapped by North American and European film and television program producers. The major factors behind outsourcing of animation content to the Asia/Pacific region are the availability of trained skills at lower labor rates.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction
Animation in Asian Societies
Establishment of Local Animation Industry
LOCAL CONTENT PRODUCTIONS
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MODELS
Drivers for Success
Models for Animation financing in Asia
Copyright Chain in Asia
Influence of Foreign Animation Styles
POPULARITY OF FOREIGN ANIMATION
Trends in Animation Production in Asia
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN CHINA
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN INDIA
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN SOUTH KOREA
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN PHILIPPINES
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN TAIWAN
ANIMATION PRODUCTION IN VIETNAM
Animation Co-Productions in Asia
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN JAPAN
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN CHINA
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN KOREA
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN INDIA
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN TAIWAN
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN PHILIPPINES
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN SINGAPORE
CO-PRODUCTIONS IN MALAYSIA
Collaboration among Asian and Foreign Animation Studios
Controversies Surrounding Foreign Animation
PHILIPPINES
SINGAPORE
KOREA
MALAYSIA
INDONESIA
Animation Studios in Asia

2. India
Current State of the Industry
KEY TRENDS
CHALLENGES
Business Models of Animation Studios in India
REVENUE MODELS
COST STRUCTURE
TOONZANIMATION INDIA'S IN-HOUSE ANIMATION PROJECT
HANUMAN - INDIA'S FIRST FULLY INDIGENEOUS FEATURE FILM
State of Animation Channels in India
VIEWERSHIP PATTERNS OF ANIMATION CHANNELS IN INDIA
ADVERTISING TRENDS IN KIDS CHANNELS
GROWTH IN KIDS ANIMATION CONTENT
MERCHANDISING
EMERGING TRENDS
KEY CHALLENGES
Size of the Indian Animation Industry
RISING DOMESTIC DEMAND
Chhota Bheem: India's successful local animation production
Statistics on Animation Studios in India
The Risks
Future Outlook
Strategies for Animation Studios in India
Animation Schools in India
Key Animation Studios in India

3. China
Current State of the Industry
KEY TRENDS
CHALLENGES
DEMAND FOR LOCAL CONTENT
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
MARKET OPPORTUNITY
Chinese Market for TV Animation
CHINESE TV ANIMATION VALUE CHAIN
KEY CHALLENGES IN THE CHINESE MARKET FOR TV ANIMATION
Business Models of Animation Studios in China
REVENUE MODELS
COST STRUCTURE
THRU THE MOEBIUS STRIP - THE FIRST CHINESE 3D ANIMATION MOVIE
Size of the Chinese Animation Industry
Statistics on Animation Studios in China
The Risks
Future Outlook
Strategies for Animation Studios in China
Animation Studios in China

4. South Korea
Emergence of the Industry
Functioning of Korean Animation Studios
Changing Business Models
GOING BEYOND SUBCONTRACTING
INVESTMENTS BY INDUSTRIAL GROUPS
CHANGES IN INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
SUCCESS IN OTHER COUNTRIES
Current State of the Industry
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
COLLABORATION WITH OVERSEAS PARTNERS
KEY TRENDS
LOCAL CONTENT
Challenges
Strategies for Korean Animation Studios
OVERSEAS MARKETING
Market Opportunity
SIZE OF THE KOREAN ANIMATION INDUSTRY
Statistics on Animation Studios in Korea
Future Outlook
Animation Schools in Korea
Animation Studios in Korea

5. Philippines
Current State of the Industry
KEY TRENDS
COMPETITION
INDUSTRY CAPACITY
BRAND BUILDING
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
DEMAND FOR LOCAL CONTENT
FUNDING
Animation Outsourcing in Philippines
Animated Feature films in Philippines
Industry Recovery
Industry Advantages
Challenges
Animation Education and Training in Philippines
Size of the Philippine Animation Industry
Statistics on Animation Studios in Philippines
Strategies for Philippine Animation Studios
Future Outlook
Animation Studios in Philippines

6. Taiwan
Past the Turbulent Times
Current State of the Industry
KEY TRENDS
LOCAL CONTENT
COMPETITION
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES
Challenges
Threats to Taiwan Animation Studios
INTERNAL THREATS
EXTERNAL THREATS
Animation Schools in Taiwan
Taiwan's first 3D Animated Feature Film
Statistics on Animation Studios in Taiwan
Strategies for Animation Studios in Taiwan
Future Outlook
Animation Studios in Taiwan
Key Animation Studios in Taiwan

7. Vietnam
Early Foreign Entrants into Vietnam
Key Trends
CAPABILITIES OF VIETNAMESE ANIMATORS
Vietnam's 3D Animated Feature Film
Local animation productions in Vietnam
Challenges
Future Trends
Animation Studios in Vietnam
Statistics on Animation Studios in Vietnam
Strategies for Animation Studios in Vietnam
Future Outlook

8. Japan
Key Trends
MARKET OVERVIEW
COLLABORATION BETWEEN JAPANESE AND OVERSEAS STUDIOS
OUTSOURCING TO OTHER COUNTRIES
Successful Business Models
Anime Exports
OVERSEAS INFLUENCE OF ANIME
Globally Successful Japanese Animes
THE POKEMON PHENOMENON
Japanese Anime Production Models
PROMINENCE OF 2D
RETAS - SOFTWARE FOR ANIME PRODUCTION
MANGA STUDIO - SOFTWARE FOR MANGA PRODUCTION
Challenges
Future Trends
Statistics on Animation Studios in Japan
Strategies for Japanese Animation Studios
Animation Studios in Japan

9. Thailand
Key Trends
LOCAL CONTENT

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