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Seiyuu Internet broadcasts

The first seiyuu related Internet broadcasts began in late 1997 or early 1998. Many of them were audio broadcasts (like radio shows), but there were a few broadcasts with live (or taped) video.

Unfortunately, it was hard to record these (none of them allow downloads), and the reception wasn't too good because of the lack of network bandwith in Japan at night (or poor performance of the server).

In the early and mid 2000's, the number of seiyuu, anime, and game related broadcasts on the Internet really took off. There were more Internet broadcasts than radio shows.

Recently, many radio and TV shows have simultaneous broadcasts or are rebroadcast/archived on the Internet, so the difference between Internet and radio/TV is starting to fade.
There are many Internet broadcasts of seiyuu specials for TV anime.

In addition to the radio and TV programs, more and more anime, game, and seiyuu events and press conferences are being broadcast on the Internet. The Tokyo Game Show, Anime Japan, various game events and tournaments, and various publisher's events in Akihabara have been broadcast live on the Internet recently.


Some of the current Internet broadcasts that I follow are as follows.

dates Internet broadcast
2021.01.21 - NOW Aitai! (Aida Rikako)
2020.05.08 - NOW Hata Sawako Line Live
2020.01.25 - NOW Oshiete! Maiko-sensei
2019.09.18 - NOW Waki Azumi-san ga Login shimashita
2018.10.06 - NOW Maeshima Ami Channel
2017.10.26 - NOW Azurlane
2017.03.17 - NOW Bang Dream [many shows]
2016.07.08 - NOW Shawa Gohan
2016.03.28 - NOW Cinderella Girls Dere Sute Night
2016.01.11 - NOW Love Live (Aqours, Nijigasaki, Liella)

Some of the recent Internet broadcasts (that have ended) that I followed were as follows.

dates Internet broadcast
2020.02.13 - 2020.08.12 Show What!?
2019.04.01 - 2019.09.23 Music Party
2019.01.07 - 2019.03.25 Bushiroad Music Party
2018.10.01 - 2018.12.31 Myoujin WiFi Radio
2017.09.06 - 2018.04.27 Konohana Kitan
2017.08.20 - 2016.09.16 Gekkan Gianty Station
2017.07.03 - 2018.09.24 Maeshima Ami Koko Kore
2017.03.11 - 2018.12.23 WUG (Wake Up Girls) Channel
2016.11.22 - 2018.03.30 Where the Foooood
2016.07.21 - 2016.10.27 Megami Radio
2016.04.29 - 2017.07.16 Mon Dora Channel
2016.04.12 - 2018.09.18 Seiyuu Anizatsudan
2015.10.14 - 2019.04.03 Yoshimura Haruka no Himitsu Kichi
2015.10.09 - 2016.07.09 Smartphone Game Joshibu
2015.07.15 - 2015.12.21 Shawapan
2012.11.13 - 2017.05.18 Anime Pia Channel

Some of the early Internet broadcasts that I followed were as follows.

dates Internet broadcast
1998.03.31 - 1998.10.01 Tsukiyo no Usagi Gumi
1998.11.17 Inoue Kikuko CD single announcement
2000.09.?? - 2001.01 Anime Channel
2000.10.?? - ????.??.?? Chara Ani
2000.??.?? - 2001.12.22 Mahou de Night
2001.06.08 - 2001.12.28 Idol 109 part 3 (Chara Ani)
2003.03.13 - 200?.??.?? Cutie Radio
2003.03.28 - 2003.06.18 Chori Wonton Radio
????.??.?? - ????.??.?? Caramel Town
2005.??.?? - 2006.??.?? WebTV broadcasts from Art Place


search the internet database

search string:

The search string can be anything, like a seiyuu name, show name, etc.. Some regular expressions will work, and all searches will be done in a case insensitve manner. When typing in names, use the "LASTNAME FIRSTNAME" order.
Dates must be in YYYY.MM.DD format, for example 1997.06.21.
[Seiyuu names can be entered in Japanese or Romaji. Other data must be entered in English or Romaji only.]

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