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Otakon has communicated rather dire circumstances for the future of the convention. They need to "make a decision to continue planning for Otakon 2021, or potentially close our doors forever." Lauren and John from Gunpla101 join Doug to discuss this unexpected news.
Anime News Network's Lynzee Loveridge joins our own Doug Wilder to talk about how the pandemic has changed the anime industry and what effect it may have on conventions.
In our last episode of 2020, the hosts get together virtually to discuss the bad, the worse, and the ugly of the abbreviated 2020 convention season.
It's time to review predictions for 2020, the year nobody saw coming, and make new predictions for 2021.
Daryl Surat from Anime World Order returns to talk with Doug Wilder about online conventions, what works, what doesn't, and if virtual conventions work as a substitute for the real thing.
On April 27, 2020, Otakon joined the long list of conventions that have been cancelled as a result of COVID-19. Doug conducted a Skype interview with the Otakorp President, Nick Avgerinos, and Otakon 2020 Convention Chair, Andrew Zerrlaut, to talk about what lead to the cancelation, reaction to the news, and what they've been doing now that they don't need to plan and run a convention this year.
On March 14, 2020, Anime Boston announced that their convention would be cancelled as a result of COVID-19. Doug conducted a Skype interview with the Anime Boston 2020 convention chair, Kristen Leiding, to talk about events leading up to the cancellation announcement, the decision to cancel rather than postpone, attendee reaction, and other things facing conventions during this pandemic.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused weeks and weeks of convention cancellations and postponements. Doug talks about why some conventions take time to announce cancellations. Learn how you can still support artists and vendors from those conventions. Doug also shares some ideas on how to keep busy during this strange time. #StayHome
In our last episode of 2019, the hosts are together again to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2019 conventions.
Look back on some highlights from the eleventh year of AnimeCons TV...
It's time to review our 2019 convention predictions and make new ones for 2020.
In the news, we talk about some of the latest headlines and share our ranking of who made the most anime convention guest appearances of 2019. We also respond to some of your comments and feedback. Leave us your feedback on our voice mail line at (762) ADEQUATE, that's (762) 233-7828. Get our Apple TV app at animecons.com/apps
Anime NYC is currently North America's second-largest anime convention. Doug reports back on the programming, guests, and crowds.
If you've been to a panel at a convention, you've likely endured some terrible questions during a Q&A. Here are some recommendations for staff, moderators, panelists, and audience members on how to avoid suffering through bad questions and get some good, straightforward questions.
Toru Furuya is a Japanese voice actor known for his roles of Amuro Ray in Mobile Suit Gundam, Yamcha in Dragon Ball, and Tuxedo Mask in Sailor Moon. Doug got a chance to sit down with him at Otakon 2019.
In the news, voice actor Vic Mignogna is currently 0-for-12 in his lawsuits with just 5 decisions remaining. We also respond to some of your comments and feedback. If you would like to read a court-provided transcript of the full September 6th court proceedings, you can find it here. Leave us your feedback on our voice mail line at (762) ADEQUATE, that's (762) 233-7828. Get our Apple TV app at animecons.com/apps
Dragon Con has been a Labor Day destination for Shiva and Sketch since 2009, but this is the first time that AnimeCons TV has reported on the convention. See what it's all about and why it's so popular.
At AnimeNEXT 2019 in Atlantic City, Doug went to a lot of panels and reports back on some of his favorites.
SacAnime Summer is traditionally held on Labor Day weekend, but Patrick has already attended and has a full report. Jump into our time machine and find out how it was possible in this episode.
Otakon 2019 was the convention's 25th year. Doug discusses panels at the con and shares footage.
In the news, AnimeNEXT finally addresses harassment complaints. We also respond to some of your comments and feedback. Leave us your feedback on our voice mail line at (762) ADEQUATE, that's (762) 233-7828. Find us in the Unlocked app. Get our Apple TV app at animecons.com/apps
Add details to your costume using appliques. Shiva shows you how simple it is with a demonstration.
Anime Boston 2019 was the convention's 16th year. Shiva shares footage from the con including some masquerade entrants.
Does your convention have a privacy policy published on its web site? Patrick explains why you need one, what it should cover, how CalOPPA and GDPR laws affect privacy requirements, and what you can do to quickly and easily get your convention covered.
From The Phantom Menace to The Rise of Skywalker, the official Star Wars convention, Star Wars Celebration, lives up to its name as a celebration of Star Wars fandom.
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Podcast Details

Created by
AnimeCons.com
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jan 7th, 2013
Latest Episode
Feb 1st, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
328
Avg. Episode Length
16 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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