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Animation on Animax grows up, new series introduced to lure 15-24 age group

02-August-2006
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Animation on Animax grows up, new series introduced to lure 15-24 age group

With the realisation that kids under the age of 15 year are not the only group fascinated by animation series, animation channel Animax is premiering four new animation series that are more youth and young adult focused. Animax aims to punch into a different market segment to better attract the 15-24 year old.

Among the series introduced are: a series about a teenage named ‘Ghostfighter’ on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm, followed by an action series called ‘Full Metal Alchemist’ at 7:30 pm. Also featuring will be an award winning series, ‘Count of Monte Cristo’, which will be on air on Fridays at 11:00 pm, followed by another series called ‘Samurai 7’ at 11.30 pm.

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