Project 760 Productions is a multimedia company, which produces internet media content and other media collaborations headquartered in San Francisco, California. Founded by Ray Nagar in 1997, the company emphasizes production of special interest programs and events that inform, educate and entertain audiences on a variety of topics catering to various age groups.
Project 760 Productions raises awareness of hobbies and important causes through community events and programs on new media.
- Project 760 Productions created its first public access program in 1997 entitled Paintball TV, an introductory program on the sport of paintball and what novices can do to get started. Paintball TV aired in August 1997 on the CityVisions community access outlet on TCI Cable channel 53 in San Francisco, California.
- In 1998 Project 760 Productions produces World of Anime, a Japanese animation (anime) fandom video magazine focusing on anime reviews and topics related to the North American anime industry. A companion program on internet radio World of Anime Radio Program (WARP) followed thereafter in 2000.
- Project 760 Productions entered the special events market in 2003 with the JapanTown Anime Faire (now called JTAF), an anime convention held in San Francisco's Japantown in association with Japantown Merchants' Association as well as Anime Theater, a screening room that spotlights Japanese entertainment (anime, j-pop, etc.) during special events like the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival.
- In June 2004, Project 760 Productions launched Unwound , a collaboration with MIS Productions' Japan-A-Radio network featuring hosts Michael Garcia and Jesse Barredo. It was acquired completely by MiS Productions in March 2005.
- In May 2005, Project 760 Productions launched World of Anime on Podcast, a talk show discussing all-around anime fandom.
- In March 2006, Project 760 Productions creates a social event called Otaku Bowl, a gathering of anime fans which included interactive bowling events, costume contests, artist alley, swap meet and an anime theater.
- In December 2009, Project 760 teams up with Bordin Marsinkul of Hyperbooster Studios on a series of events. The first event in their collaboration is Project HyperJam, a single-day art and music event for the Japanese animation community that promotes independent artists that receive their inspiration from Japanese Animation, Comics and Video Games, that launched on April 24, 2010. Their second collaboration is Hyper-Con, a larger-scale version of Project HyperJam, which launched on September 18, 2010.
- January 2010, Project 760 Productions teams up with Sac-Anime as part of Sac-Anime's Live Music Department. Its first music show under Sac-Anime included musical guests Keshiki, Phoenix Ash and Mari Iijima, along with Sac-Anime's resident band akai SKY.
- Coming in March 2011, Project 760 Productions, along with Hyperbooster Studios and San Jose-based retailer Anime V, enters the video gaming circuit and announces its first Video Gaming Tournament titled The Gadouken Gauntlet, focusing on popular fighting video games like Super Street Fighter IV from Capcom, Tekken 6 from Namco Bandai, and BlazBlue from Aksys Games.