Avex bans TV broadcast for full-length music video of Wake Up, Girls!

5yr ago   ·   Saturday 17 Mar, 2018 - 10:30am UTC   ·   LSH2016   ·   1 upvote   ·   0 comments   ·   149 views
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Fans of animesongs and idol groups are sad. Avex, the rights holder of the idol group Wake Up Girls, banned the TV broadcast for the full-length music video "Suki no Skill", which will not premiere on M-ON and Space Shower TV. Fans only have access to the full video if you buy the limited edition (CD + DVD) or have a BeeTV account (Japan only).

This was another step taken by Matsuura's company to prevent the leak. And once again the fans (who live in the West) were harmed, since the products distributed by Avex Pictures are not exported outside the Japanese territory.

If you're thinking of buying a Wake Up Girls single, there's no choice: you'll have to travel to Japan and shop at some store, because the idol group's full music videos are not available on any digital platform other than BeeTV and YouTube (which only offers short versions). Who left defeated are the fans.

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