91.8 The Fan's Weekly Schedule - April 26th, 2010
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – April 26th, 2010 – 91.8 The Fan's popular radio talk-show, Kana's Korner, will have guests of all types on for interviews, starting from 12:00 noon to 4:00 P.M. PST on Monday, April 26th, and will continue throughout the weekdays. Prizes, donated by GameTag stores, will occasionally be given out.
All times are PST:
Apr 26, 2pm - Do you have a case of the Monday mornings? Well shake them off, because today otaku comedian, Uncle Yo, jokes his way into Kana's Korner. Coming at you from New York City, Uncle Yo is a stand-up comedian and fellow geek who will giggle you into submission with his one-liners and jokes surrounding the otaku life-style. Performing at conventions all over the nation, Uncle Yo is certainly a recognizable name to many. Stay tuned to find out if Uncle Yo is coming to a convention near you!
Apr 28, 2pm – Today, Beau Billingslea bebops his way into Kana's Korner. Beau, who is widely known as Jet Black in arguably one of the most popular anime series alive, Cowboy Bebop, joins Kana to discuss his work in the voice over industry. Besides the aforementioned role as Jet Black, Beau has also voiced Cyborg 005 in the series Cyborg 009, as well as minor parts in Naruto, and Digimon franchises. We welcome Beau to discuss his work in anime, video games, and even live action.
Apr 29, 2pm – Today, Jack Fletcher directs his way into Kana's Korner. Jack Fletcher is the directing genius behind a large chunk of the Final Fantasy video game series, including: Final Fantasy X, X-2, XII, and XIII. Among Final Fantasy, Jack has also directed Valkyria Chronicles, Ninja Gaiden II, and even Hayao Miyazaki films such as Princess Mononoke, and Castle in the Sky. We welcome Jack into Kana's Korner to discuss all of his adventures as a director and even stepping behind the microphone. Don't miss it!
Apr 30, 2pm – Today, Michael Tatum chats his way into Kana's Korner. Even though you, being the knowledgeable otaku that you are, know all about Michael; I'll refresh your memory. You can hear Michael in such roles as Isaac Dian in Baccano!, Komui Lee in D. Gray-man, Eneru in One Piece, Kyoya Ootari from Ouran High School Host Club, Shizuka Doumeki from XxxHolic, and recently Scar in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Keep it tuned to hear all about Michael and his voice over shenanigans.
More guests and events may be announced as the week progresses.
Last weeks guests include: Steve Staley, Aaron Dismuke, Tiffany Grant, Joe Romersa, and David Lodge. Look for these, and other interviews to listen to, for free, on 91.8 The Fan's interview archive (http://918thefan.com/category/industry-interview/).
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ABOUT 91.8 THE FAN: 91.8 The Fan was founded by Kanashimi, Kibs and Sandgolem, who began a podcast about the online game, Pangya, back in 2008. After two years of social networking at different conventions, the three were able to launch an online radio website devoted to anime and its fans.
91.8 The Fan exists to provide contemporary style radio for anime and manga fans. 91.8 is not an automated playlist, and instead functions as a 24/7 live radio station with DJs, interviews, and contests. It promotes legal ways to consume the media via free releases, online releases, and more.
91.8 has exclusive press rights with AnimeVegas, an anime convention held annually in Nevada, and has featured some of the most popular voice actors in the industry including Vic Mignogna, Yuri Lowenthal, Jennifer Hale, Claudia Black, Tara Platt, Quinton Flynn, and more.
ABOUT GAMETAG: GameTag is a small chain located more primarily in the west coast of the U.S. It is simultaneously a video and game rental/sale chain that provides the prizes for 91.8 The Fan. More information involving GameTag and its services can be found at their website http://www.gametagstores.com
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