Bytejacker Heads to the New York Anime Festival

Oct 1st 2008
Special Episodes Highlight Panels, Musicians, Events, and Cosplay From the Convention

NEW YORK, N.Y., October 1, 2008 – On Saturday, September 26, 2008, the New York Anime festival came to the
Javitz Center in Manhattan. Bytejacker was there to cover all of the action and is excited to announce that they will
be airing exclusive “Behind the Scenes” coverage of the event during this week's Thursday, October 2 episode and
during a special Monday episode airing on October 6, 2008.

With special appearances and interviews with Peter Fernandez and Corinne Orr (Speed Racer, Star Blazers, Marine
Boy), Okinawan pop band Happy Fun Smile, The Green Light Anti-Zombie Squad, and the winners of the World
Cosplay Summit Masquerade, host Anthony Carboni takes you deep into the festival to explore all the panels,
vendors, and special events.

Thursday's episode will include reviews of Wipeout HD and Megaman 9 along with spotlight material from the
NYAF. Monday's special episode will focus entirely on the convention itself, including coverage of exhibitors,
vendors, panels, musical acts, and interviews with attendees.

Visitwww.bytejacker.comto experience the 2008 New York Anime Festival in all of its glory.

ABOUT BYTEJACKER: The show for "gamers with fast connections and short attention spans," Bytejacker
reviews the newest and best releases for digitally distributed platforms, as well as the best in free, independent
gaming. Whether its WiiWare, XBox Live Arcade, Playstation Store, iPhone, PC, or Mac you're after, Bytejacker
covers it. The Show was recently named a "New and Notable" podcast on the iTunes Store and is a regular weekly
feature on the IndieGames.com blog.

ABOUT ANTHONY CARBONI:(Host/Producer)Anthony Carboni is an actor and on-camera host from Brooklyn,
NY. Past credits include MyGameTV and Attack of the Show. You can currently catch him as the host of
Wiredown.com's Transmission Protocol on Tuesdays and Thursdays. He's also a regular guest on Sonic Boom and
a founding member of The Evil Primate Collective.

ABOUT JONATHAN RIVERA:(DP/Editor)Jonathan Rivera is an editor and cameraman from Brooklyn, NY. Past
credits include TLC's Say Yes to the Dress and The Edge: with Jake Sasseville. His work can be seen as the
Director of Photography for the web series Three Percent Enemies and Fearnet.com's upcoming series America's
Scariest Streets.

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