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We're always looking for bright new contributors to help us expand our coverage, and in the last 20 years we've helped budding young journalists and fans to take on positions as writers and editors for other publications, or even move on into the anime and manga industry. The UK Anime Network has a pedigree that has helped to boost many a CV!
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For those who contribute and cover events or launches, UKA will, where appropriate, cover your travel and associated costs, but we do not pay for content. Should the site ever be fully monetised, that may change in time, but for now we are not a company and therefore do not pay for contributions to the site.
If you're happy with the above and want to join the team here at UKA, we'd love to hear from you.
A round-up of the free anime available to view on the "All 4" streaming service.
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Popular manga and light novel titles have been removed from Amazon. Luther looks at the facts so far.
The God of High School director shares his thoughts about his latest series and the industry in general.