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If I may chime in, as Gsimenas stated, since we receive our news straight from Japanese sources and translate them ourselves, it is quite hard to come up with possible requests, not knowing the scope of your operations. We tend to assume it's most probably western networking, which more often than not, does not even receive the news we receive from Japan and bring over to the west in a worst case scenario, whereas the most common scenario is that the western departments receive news a couple weeks after we already shared them from Japanese sources. It is incredibly rare that western publishers are "on time" with their material and even if that ends up being the case, it's still slower than us following Japanese sources, because when things get announced in Japan, more often than not it's US Midnight, so nothing is shared from there until they wake up hours later.
 
If I may chime in, as Gsimenas stated, since we receive our news straight from Japanese sources and translate them ourselves, it is quite hard to come up with possible requests, not knowing the scope of your operations. We tend to assume it's most probably western networking, which more often than not, does not even receive the news we receive from Japan and bring over to the west in a worst case scenario, whereas the most common scenario is that the western departments receive news a couple weeks after we already shared them from Japanese sources. It is incredibly rare that western publishers are "on time" with their material and even if that ends up being the case, it's still slower than us following Japanese sources, because when things get announced in Japan, more often than not it's US Midnight, so nothing is shared from there until they wake up hours later.
   
So, it would be really helpful to hear about the scope of the Fandom Anime Team and their operations. Does the Anime Team strictly focus on "Anime" or it has a wider reach akin to "Anime related content" for example? Could we, for example, assume the Anime Team can help us with receiving SAO Light Novel or SAO Magazine once they are released in Japan? Could we assume the Anime Team can help us with SAO Games by Bandai Namco, allowing us to have maybe opportunities to visit one of their nearby studios (for example, Bandai Namco Germany and Bandai Namco Italy HQ's are in close proximity to where I live) to get exclusive gameplay footage or an actual first hand experience to share bits of rare info? Or does the Anime Team is really limited to Anime content with contacts at the likes of Aniplex USA, in which case, we are already far superior in our news operations than they are with their internal information flows.
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So, it would be really helpful to hear about the scope of the Fandom Anime Team and their operations. Does the Anime Team strictly focus on "Anime" or it has a wider reach akin to "Anime related content" for example? Could we, for example, assume the Anime Team can help us with receiving SAO Light Novel or SAO Magazine once they are released in Japan? Could we assume the Anime Team can help us with SAO Games by Bandai Namco, allowing us to have maybe opportunities to visit one of their nearby studios (for example, Bandai Namco Germany and Bandai Namco Italy HQ's are in close proximity to where I live) to get exclusive gameplay footage or an actual first hand experience to share bits of rare info? Or is the Anime Team really limited to Anime content with contacts at the likes of Aniplex USA, in which case, we are already far superior in our news operations than they are with their internal information flows.
   
 
Edit: I got ninja'd T.T
 
Edit: I got ninja'd T.T

Latest revision as of 20:22, October 16, 2019

If I may chime in, as Gsimenas stated, since we receive our news straight from Japanese sources and translate them ourselves, it is quite hard to come up with possible requests, not knowing the scope of your operations. We tend to assume it's most probably western networking, which more often than not, does not even receive the news we receive from Japan and bring over to the west in a worst case scenario, whereas the most common scenario is that the western departments receive news a couple weeks after we already shared them from Japanese sources. It is incredibly rare that western publishers are "on time" with their material and even if that ends up being the case, it's still slower than us following Japanese sources, because when things get announced in Japan, more often than not it's US Midnight, so nothing is shared from there until they wake up hours later.

So, it would be really helpful to hear about the scope of the Fandom Anime Team and their operations. Does the Anime Team strictly focus on "Anime" or it has a wider reach akin to "Anime related content" for example? Could we, for example, assume the Anime Team can help us with receiving SAO Light Novel or SAO Magazine once they are released in Japan? Could we assume the Anime Team can help us with SAO Games by Bandai Namco, allowing us to have maybe opportunities to visit one of their nearby studios (for example, Bandai Namco Germany and Bandai Namco Italy HQ's are in close proximity to where I live) to get exclusive gameplay footage or an actual first hand experience to share bits of rare info? Or is the Anime Team really limited to Anime content with contacts at the likes of Aniplex USA, in which case, we are already far superior in our news operations than they are with their internal information flows.

Edit: I got ninja'd T.T Still, in regards to possibilities, I'd say questions I provided are open for answers.

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