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TAJ once again gained responsiblity for the dubbing in 2006, after 4Kids gave up their license for dubbing and distribution. [[Pokémon USA]] decided to use TAJ Productions as the recording studio for the dub.
 
TAJ once again gained responsiblity for the dubbing in 2006, after 4Kids gave up their license for dubbing and distribution. [[Pokémon USA]] decided to use TAJ Productions as the recording studio for the dub.
   
On January 2, 2008 is was revealed by Larry Juris (TAJ President) that TAJ Productions will no longer be working on the show and Pokémon USA hired a new company to work on the show. A couple days later [[Sarah Natochenny]] herself confirmed this.
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On January 2, 2008 is was revealed by Larry Juris (TAJ President) that TAJ Productions will no longer be working on the show and Pokémon USA hired a new company to work on the show. A couple days later [[Sarah Natochenny]] herself confirmed this.[[Pokemon: The Rise of Darkrai]] will be the last film that the companyn will handle and Season Eleven will be distributed by a comnpany called GoldStar.
 
 
==External link==
 
==External link==
 
* [http://www.tajproductionsnyc.com/ TAJ Productions Home Page]
 
* [http://www.tajproductionsnyc.com/ TAJ Productions Home Page]

Revision as of 20:34, 21 February 2008

TAJ Productions is an American company involved in the dubbing and recording of voices for the Pokémon anime. Its current president is Larry Juris.

History

TAJ was the original dubbing company to work with 4Kids Entertainment on the anime back in 1997. They recorded at several different locations until around 2003, when 4Kids decided to take control of the dubbing and recording.

TAJ once again gained responsiblity for the dubbing in 2006, after 4Kids gave up their license for dubbing and distribution. Pokémon USA decided to use TAJ Productions as the recording studio for the dub.

On January 2, 2008 is was revealed by Larry Juris (TAJ President) that TAJ Productions will no longer be working on the show and Pokémon USA hired a new company to work on the show. A couple days later Sarah Natochenny herself confirmed this.Pokemon: The Rise of Darkrai will be the last film that the companyn will handle and Season Eleven will be distributed by a comnpany called GoldStar.

External link