[ACML] Industry panels & going to multiple shows (was RE: E3 & Gaming)
derek at gencon.com
Thu Aug 24 15:14:08 EDT 2006
Industry panels can vary wildly.
Sometimes they're super-cool with big news and new products to show off but sometimes they're just the same, stale questions repeated again and again. Most fall in the middle with one or two bits of useful news and lots of treading the same ground.
Of course, those of us running the cons who go to so many different shows a year aren't really the target audience for many of those events. :)
That does make me wonder, though - does anyone have a figure for how many people go to multiple anime conventions a year?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: animecons-bounces at lists.baka.org [mailto:animecons-
> bounces at lists.baka.org] On Behalf Of Jim Vowles (Alabaster)
> Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2006 12:10 PM
> To: 'Anime convention discussion list'
> Subject: Re: [ACML] E3 & Gaming
> Christian Brock said:
> > Quite frankly I could care less about licensing annoucements
> > at a con. I am perfectly happy reading about them on ANN. I
> > think industry panels are some of the dullest panels out
> > there and are ususally only redeemed by give-aways and/or screeners.
> Heh. You must have missed the "Maruyama & Taka Show" for Madhouse. That
> fun, but then they're both friends of mine and I find them pretty
> funny...also they showed some cool stuff.
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