Over the course of last 10 years, Producers have developed their own set of customs and exchanging Producer name cards is one of them. However, what are those cards? What’s on them? Why are they even made? Should I make my own? Let’s answer these and a few more questions!
Seiyu no Wa is a series of seiyuu-interest “relay” interviews with voice actors, published semi-regularly by the anime department of DaVinci news.
Each interviewee answers 50 questions, and then passes the baton by nominating a colleague in the industry, and passing on their questions. The column started in 2013 and since produced 30 interviews with women, and 10 interviews with men.
One of the many ways used by the massive media mix franchise that is The iDOLM@STER to announce news is through the use of radio shows with the voice actresses as their personalities. Started with the iDOLM@STER Radio with Imai Asami and Takahashi Chiaki as the personalities in the year 2006, the radio side of this behemoth hasn’t stopped growing. With 5 weekly radios covering the three different franchises (765 Pro, Cinderella Girls & Million Live) and a monthly radio focusing on the crane game and Ichiban Kuji, following the radios is a great way to get up to date with The iDOLM@STER.