ANNCast Chase Tale
by Zac Bertschy, Dec 3rd 2010
ANNCast Episode 060 - Chase Tale
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It's a normal show! And it's only an hour! HOORAY!
In the first segment we talk a little bit about our upcoming holiday special shows (a'la what we did last year) and then Justin digs in to the latest and most frustrating frontier, the world of streaming television right to your TV. With over a half dozen competing services, each with their own technical rules and proprietary content, is it better to just stick with cable? Who knows?!
Then Chase Wang from Bam Marketing shows up to chat about his days managing Anime Expo and this new competing event he's part of called "AM2" (which is supposed to be pronounced "AM Squared"). It's an anime convention in Anaheim on the same weekend as Anime Expo, and I was really curious just what the heck is going on here, so we get in to that a whole bunch. Woo!
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NSFW Language Warning: Eh, not a whole lot this time.
ANNCast Episode 60 Breakdown
00:20 Host introductions, our upcoming Holiday Specials and the wild world of streaming anime straight to your TV
13:30 Chase Wang introduction and his days running Anime Expo
18:55 Inevitable Man-Faye discussion
22:50 That whole "SKIN" debacle from AX 2007
30:20 So just what is going on with AM2 (the convention formerly known as Club 2 The Max)
45:25 Just how competitive is AM2 trying to be with AX anyway?
55:05 I ask Chase to make the pitch and give us a reason to go to AM2 instead of AX
And that's it! See you next time!
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