Watch Anime Shows and Get Paid to Review Episodes

Is binging anime shows your brain break after work or your weekend guilty pleasure? Now, you can turn it into a career and make some cash from it because a website dedicated to Japanese pop culture that is based in the Philippines will be giving monetary incentives in exchange for reviewing anime TV shows and films.

The website AniRadio Plus will also provide accepted applicants with a free unlimited subscription to streaming sites and allow them to help organize AniRadio’s future events.

It announced this “dream job” opportunity on its Facebook page last Sunday, November 1. Aside from writing a review for an assigned anime TV show or film, successful applicants will be required to attend meetings.

Here’s the announcement:

Let’s turn that passion into an opportunity!
We are looking for Anime Episode Reviewers in the Philippines to join us on…

Posted by AniRadio+ on Sunday, November 1, 2020

They wrote in the caption:

Let’s turn that passion into an opportunity!
We are looking for Anime Episode Reviewers in the Philippines to join us on our website expansion!
– Create written (typewritten) episode reviews of anime film/series to be designated by the editors for the AniRadio+ website (work in your free time, no work hours will be given).
– Join weekly/bi-weekly meetings as deemed necessary for huddles and assessment (don’t worry, it’s scheduled weeks prior)
– Just enjoy ❤
– Free unlimited access to legal anime streaming sites such as Netflix, Crunchyroll, etc. (Yes, of course. We will provide this for your task, you can also use it for personal use subject to our internal policy)
– Cash incentives will be given per anime episode review, cash amount will depend on the criterion-based assessment by the editors
– Join Aniradio+ future events as organizers
Wanna-be-reviewers shall meet ALL of the requirements listed below:
Primary Requirements:
– must be 16 years old and above of any gender and nationality
– must be permanently living in the Philippines
– freelancers, students, anime hobbyists, anime fans, currently-employed workers, anyone is welcome!
Skill Requirements:
– must have a decent to excellent English technical writing skill, the more proficient you are, the more chances we’ll get you in our team. Of course, verbal skill is a plus!
– must have an overflowing passion for anything anime-related and Japan in particular
– must NOT have a bias in anime specifically in the genre, art style, studio, voice actors, etc. when reviewing.
– manga knowledge in-correlation to the anime is a plus.
Technical Requirements:
– must have a device that can run streaming apps smoothly such as Netflix, Crunchyroll, etc.
– must have a decent internet connection for anime streaming and weekly/bi-weekly huddles and meetings.
1. Download the form here and fill in the details (look for the link in the post):
2. On the document downloaded, write three (3) sample episode reviews consisting of the ff:
– 1 anime review of the FIRST EPISODE of any anime listed below
– 1 anime review of ANY EPISODES (between the first and last) of any anime listed below
– 1 anime review of the LAST EPISODE of any anime listed below
Anime to Review: (we will not be providing access here, so please find your own resources)
– Attack on Titan (any season)
– Assassination Classroom (any season)
– Bungou Stray Dogs (any season)
– Cardcaptor Sakura (any season)
– Cells at Work!
– Code Geass (any season)
– Danganronpa (any season)
– Food Wars! (any season)
– Fire Force (any season)
– Given (any season)
– Magatsu Wahrheit
– Naruto Shippuuden (any season)
– Oregairu: My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (any season)
– Pokemon (from 2018 or later)
– Plunderer
– Re: Zero (any season)
– Violet Evergarden (film or series)
– Zoids (any season)
– any single-run series premiered last Spring and Summer 2020 (single-run series means a series that was aired from the first episode to the last episode without postponements, delays, or change of schedule in between the episodes)
IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to plagiarize somebody else’s work, we will be checking your reviews very carefully.
2. Send us back the file through e-mail with the ff: details:
SUBJECT: Aniradio+ Anime Episode Reviewers Application
BODY: Full Name and Contact Number
IMPORTANT: Upon submitting the form, you agree to our Data Privacy Policy located here:
3. Wait for our receipt confirmation. Answer extra questions regarding interview schedule availability.
4. Get ready for a one-time online talk with the Aniradio+ team through Facebook, Google Meet, or through the phone.
5. Final reviewers will be announced anytime around December 2020.
Application is until December 01, 2020 only!
Note: This is not a regular job and we’re just accepting your service as freelancers, thus, will not be bound by major labor laws and policies but will still be subjected to our internal policies that are deemed necessary for the benefit of both parties.

For more details, questions and clarifications, kindly see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section here:

RE: Anime Episode Reviewers FAQs
Due to the influx of inquiries in our email and on our social media networks, we might…

Posted by AniRadio+ on Monday, November 2, 2020

AniRadio Plus emphasized that applications will only be accepted until December 1. It will announce the accepted reviewers in the same month. It noted that this is not a regular full-time job and will only hire the reviewers as freelancers.

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