Naga City animation firms struggle to keep homegrown artists



By KC Santos

NAGA CITY, CAMARINES SUR – Naga City is highly touted for its pool of young yet competent artists but local animation companies are struggling to keep them from going out of their hometown to seek greener pastures.

Graduates of Ateneo de Naga, which offers courses on three-dimensional or 3D animation courses, often land jobs in animation studios in key cities like Metro Manila and Cebu.

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