Written by Sean Russell
Season Two, Episode 09, Professional Anime Sites. In this episode of the Anime 3000 Panel, we ask our panelist to detail their experiences running a professional website. We go over some of their day-to-day duties, explore some of their personal preferences in manga and anime and even find time to take some questions from the Twitterverse. Our panel includes Brad Rice from Japanator.com, Gia Manry from Anime Vice and Joseph Luster from Otaku USA.
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Questions for Our Panel
What are some of your day-to-day duties in regards to running the site?
How do you use video on your site and is it an effective medium for building an audience?
Where does your site stand when it comes to the support of illegal streams or downloads of anime titles?
What is your personal preference in regards to anime and manga and does it influence the editorial direction of your site?
How do you combat burnout?
Jade: Is there an official process from going from an amateur anime website to a professional one? What is the process?
Calaggie: Question for panel: What are each of your sites doing to reach out beyond your loyal visitors and dedicated anime/manga fans?
Join the Discussion
What makes an anime site professional or amateur in your opinion?
Bonus Round (Only Available on our iPhone App)
On this episode of Bonus Round, we interview Johnny Yong Bosch who’s done the voices for Renton from Eureka 7, Vash from Trigun, Lelouch from Code Geass and Ichigo from Bleach. We discuss being a voice-actor, rock band and even discuss career as a Power Ranger.
· Johnny gives his fans some proper etiquette techniques to stay off a worst con experience anecdote.
· Gives us the genesis of his band Eyeshine.
· Talks about his insecurities and relating to people.
· Johnny explains why it’s ok to talk about Power Rangers around him.
· His reaction when he heard they were being replaced.
· http://www,myspace.com/johnnybosch.com or twitter @johnnyyongbosch
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