ANNCast Gym, TAN, Laundry
by Zac Bertschy and Justin Sevakis, Nov 18th 2011
ANNCast 097 - Gym, TAN, Laundry
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Up first this week Zac and Justin gab about stuff they've been watching, mostly the Phoenix OVAs and this movie Zac really did not care for called Loups-Garous. Also: Community might get the axe! What say we?
Then our guest Stacy Dodson, Executive Vice President of The Anime Network stops by to talk shop. The early days of the network, their streaming initiative, just what is their relationship with Sentai Filmworks (answer: don't ask!) and the future of the channel. And then it's Twitter time! Huzzah!!
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NSFW Language Warning: I'm not sure there's any swearing in this one! But you can never be too sure.
ANNCast Episode 97 Breakdown
00:30 Justin on the Phoenix OVAs
03:50 Temporary US TV chat: the potential end for Community
09:00 Briefly, the Professor Layton movie
11:25 Zac really did not care for Loups-Garous
15:30 HERE THERE BE SPOILERS
17:30 Spoilers over
21:40 Stacy Dodson introduction and her early days at the network
27:40 The correlation between VOD numbers and DVD sales
31:20 The Anime Network's approach to new venues for content and what hasn't worked in the past
32:50 Their super splashy graphics and where those come from
39:20 How the streaming is doing and whether or not it's actually making any money
48:45 Twitter time! Website overhaul, working with companies other than Sentai Filmworks and more!
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Theme Song: "Bucharest" by The New Division. Check them out on iTunes!
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