A9ent 760 Presents... (Online Video Blog)
Synopsis: A9ent 760 Presents is Agent 760's Video Blog produced through Project 760 Productions. It does not have dedicated subject matters, but invites viewers to gain an understanding of what Agent 760 observes and finds interesting. Segments can be viewed at http://youtube.com/a9ent760
Project 760 Presents... (Online Video Series)
Synopsis: Project 760 Presents is Project 760 Productions' Feature program. An escape from Project 760 Productions' World of Anime series, segments featured include music showcases, interviews with performing artists and vendor spotlights. Currently viewable on the Project 760 Channel at http://youtube.com/project760 bearing the [P760] prefix.
World of Anime (Online Video Series)
The A-Factor Podcast (Internet Podcast)
Synopsis: The A-Factor Podcast primarily showcased Asian North-American artists and podcasted in Summer 2008.
World of Anime on Podcast (Internet Podcast)
World of Anime on Podcast was a re-creation of the World of Anime Radio Program for podcast listeners. World of Anime on Podcast was hosted by Agent 760 and discusses the news, reviews, Japanese popular culture and all-around anime fandom that fans have come to expect from World of Anime. World of Anime on Podcast podcasted from May 2005 to August 2005.
World of Anime (TV Program)
New to the anime scene? World of Anime demystifies the anime lifestyle for mainstream fans and introduces viewers to the anime, manga, J-Pop, cosplay and convention scenes, while poking fun at ourselves and the hard-core fans (also known as otaku in some circles) in the process.
This was Project 760's Productions' second television program produced for local access television. The first series of World of Anime began production in January 1998 and ended in January 2002. Its Real World of Anime series and Ani-Magic 2001 episodes have been re-compiled into Video CD Releases called "World of Anime Presents: The Real World of Anime: Special Edition" and "World of Anime Presents: The Autumn Dream Returns: Ani-Magic™ 2001 Special Edition."
Episode Total Run Time: 28.5 minutes.
Total Episodes: 55
"World of Anime Presents: The Autumn Dream Returns: Ani-Magic™ 2001 Special Edition" (2002)
Total Run Time: 74 minutes.
"World of Anime Presents: The Real World of Anime Special Edition" (2003)
Total Run Time: 29.25 Minutes.
World of Anime broadcasted from 1998 to 2002 on the CityVisions public access station in San Francisco, California. In 1999, World of Anime began to expand to 3 Eastern Contra Costa County cities in California (Antioch, Pittsburg and Bay Point), Little Rock, Arkansas on Comcast, Mountain View, California on KMVT, and 3 cities (Dayton, Trotwood and Butler Township) on the Dayton Community Access Television system in Dayton, Ohio.
World of Anime Radio Program (WARP) (Internet Radio Program)
An extension of the World of Anime television series, the World of Anime Radio Program (WARP) brought the fans who couldn't see World of Anime together on the internet in February 2000.
Average Running Time: Up to 72 minutes (dependent on episodes)
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WARP webcasted from 2000 to 2002 on the internet.
Paintball TV (TV Special)
Before you get onto the paintball fields, be sure you know what to expect out there. Paintball TV brings novices and spectators into one of the most popular survival games in the country. Join host Richard Lee, a paintball enthusiast and leader of the Gators paintball team, as he explains the basics of paintball from the types of paintball games to what you need to get started before setting foot on a paintball field.
Richard Lee led the CyberSports club at San Francisco State University, which focused on computer and console-based video games and survival games like paintball. When the opportunity to put together a television program based on one of Richard's hobbies, an experimental pilot of what would set the tone of Paintball TV was born. Produced in 1996 as a college project for producer Ray Nagar, Paintball TV was shot at various paintball fields in Northern California, with a majority of the footage shot at the former Mare Island Paintball Field in Vallejo, California.
Total Run Time: 27 minutes.
Total Episodes: 1
Paintball TV was aired in the August 1997 on the CityVisions public access station in San Francisco, California.