what killed the anime boom in the united states?

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I remember when Geneon went under. I don't think that it was the first anime distribution company to close shop, but it was one of the more noteworthy ones and other companies soon followed. I remember a lot of people were trying to buy some of their anime series since they could have been gone forever.