Naver’s newly merged Wattpad WEBTOON Studios aims to “knock down every remaining border in entertainment”
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by Mark Williams | Aug 4, 2019 | Big Bad Wolf sale, Book Fairs, Global Publishing, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, S.E. Asia, South Korea, Thailand, The global book market, United Arab Emirates | 0 |
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