The drumbeat isn't quite regular yet, partially because there's been so many parts of the anime industry that's fallen off the map in the last couple of years, but there are more public comments being made over the course of time as the industry continues through its changes. The latest comes courtesy of Eric Sherman, the head of Bang Zoom which does localization and dubbing of anime series. And a lot less than they used to as well. Sherman is taking a slightly different approach in how he's framing the problem because as many will point out, the entire fansub/torrent side of things isn't going to change and it's a debate that needed to happen five to ten years ago, not today. One of the problems of today is that you can get so many shows legally, for free, through legitimate streaming, and that's cutting down on peoples purchases.