Watching Virtual YouTubers is basically watching a live adlib of an anime character, mostly without subtitles from the get-go. Another term for this is “Virtual Streamers,” “Virtual Personalities” and the like, depending on what they do on stream or how they profess themselves as.
On this section, you will see and hear my thoughts on Virtual YouTubers and how it will change us.
I continue to write about VTuber culture on Kawa NewsDrop.
Miminaru describes herself as a plus size monkey VTuber who frequently streams to her over 8,000 Twitch followers a variety… Read More »Interview: Miminaru on Why Representation Matters, Regardless of Size
Since its initial announcement last year, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) formally announces the first generation of VTubers under the “VEE” virtual talent… Read More »Sony Music Entertainment Japan to Debut First-Generation VEE VTubers
Symphoria, a new VTuber group under the V&U (Virtual & Universe) brand, unveiled its cast of Virtual YouTubers last May… Read More »Korean Animation Studio Debuts V&U Symphoria VTuber Group
Rita Kamishiro of PRISM Project has successfully raised US$10,000 during her charity stream last May 15 for the United States-based National… Read More »PRISM Project’s Rita Kamishiro Held Successful Fundraiser for Mental Health Awareness Month
Agency VTubers in Southeast Asia and Japan are affected the most YouTube has been plagued with spam issues as it… Read More »YouTube Spam Bot Attacks Lead to VTuber Channel Bans
The Virtual YouTuber scene is continuously expanding as you read this. In the age of content, we see a lot… Read More »Idol Corp to Debut VTuber Lineup on May 10
VTuber agency marks major milestone with new partner overseeing production starting May 1, 2022 Multinational VTuber production agency PRISM Project establishes a… Read More »PRISM Project Partners with Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
As a Virtual YouTuber, you can be basically anything—from angels to demons, cats to dogs, some even went as far… Read More »Mito Entertainment Presents Mythical VTubers From Filipino Folklore
Welcome to the first podcast episode of 2022, where we still talk about Virtual YouTubers. This marks keepsakes.’ full transition… Read More »We Still Talk About VTubers in 2022 with Vivi, Arbeed and Kurumeme: Podcast 97
Interacting with Virtual YouTubers is fun, especially if both of you are interested in one or more topics. On this… Read More »Terumi Koizumi talks about Branding on Podcast 94 this August
Here’s a story: This podcast wasn’t supposed to happen if not for this one enthusiastic upcoming VTuber who stumbled upon… Read More »A Simp’s Guide to upcoming VTubers on the latest podcast
Our second podcast for the month of March features MaDe-paisen, a.k.a. Matthew Marcelo. He’s been coding for so long that… Read More »Good VTuber Subs’ MaDe-paisen on the podcast this March 19
Ateneo de Manila University’s Touyou no Shinju (Toushin) Organization will hold its “Fandom February” talks featuring relevant topics such as VTubers, Gundam, UTAU, Isekai, Idol Culture and 3D Modelling.
Before January 2021 ends, we saw the boom that is GameStop – aside from that, we saw another discussion within… Read More »Off with their heads: Desk Diary – February 02, 2021
What makes a VTuber seiso – or seison’t? How does a VTuber avoid falling into the pit of being not seiso? What makes a VTuber consistent? I tried to answer those questions with Josh of Allineus Productions.