Watch anime and get paid: Website offers cash for reviews of shows, movies stock photo

Dream job alert: A website dedicated to Japanese pop culture is offering cash incentives in exchange for reviewing anime TV shows and films.

AniRadio Plus, which is based in the Philippines, will also give the accepted applicants free unlimited subscription to streaming sites and allow them to help organize AniRadio’s future events.

The website announced the offer on its Facebook page last Sunday, Nov. 1. Among the required tasks are writing a review for an assigned anime TV show or film and attending meetings.

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

The site then explained that the cash incentive will depend on “criterion-based assessment” by the team’s editors.

Those interested in applying for the role must be at least 16 years old, permanently living in the Philippines and have a device that can access streaming services such as Netflix and Crunchyroll. The site also stressed that applicants should not have a bias towards any anime when reviewing.

The site will only accept applications until Dec. 1 and will announce the new anime reviewers within the same month. The group added that it is not a regular job and will only have the reviewers join as freelancers. NVG


WATCH: Studio Ghibli museum offers virtual tours amid COVID-19 closure

LOOK: ‘Your Name’ director Makoto Shinkai teases new movie

Read Next

Read More

European Team of the Week: Old masters Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic lead the line with Eden Hazard

Every week we pick 22 of the best performing players in Europe’s top five leagues and, with your help, narrow it down to the best XI.

Using polls on our Instagram stories, we pit players in each position against each other and let you decide who deserves to make the cut.

Veteran forwards Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo join forces up front while there are plenty of goals in defence too with Mats Hummels bagging a brace.

Follow our Instagram page to get involved.

Here’s what our latest European Team of the Week looks like:

GK: Keylor Navas (PSG)

The former Real Madrid keeper had a quiet day between the sticks for Paris Saint-Germain but showed good distribution and delivered when called upon. He did well to save Abdoul Kader Bamba’s penalty, earning himself a clean sheet at Nantes.

RB: Kyle Walker (Man City)

He defended his flank expertly against Sheffield United and managed to get forward to support the attack as well. Walker scored the only goal of the game with a driven shot from range against his boyhood club that was followed by a muted celebration.

CB: Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund)

In Erling Haaland’s absence, Dortmund found an unlikely source of goals in Hummels. The centre-back bundled in the opener from a corner before rising well to head home the second. His outside-of-the-boot cross for Jadon Sancho early on though highlighted his quality on the ball.

CB: Nayef Aguerd (Rennes)

The Moroccan scored with a fine header to snatch victory for Rennes over Brest. He also managed to make a last man tackle and deny the opposition a goal-scoring opportunity.

LB: Rayan Ait-Nouri (Wolves)

A dream debut for the 19-year-old. Coped well down his side defensively and got forward with purpose. The Frenchman marked his arrival with a

Read More

Blow for PSG as injured Mbappe to miss Leipzig clash

FILE – Paris Saint-Germain’s French forward Kylian Mbappe reacts during the French L1 football match between Rennes (SRFC) and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on August 18, 2019, at the Rosharon Park stadium in Rennes, northwestern France. (Photo by Sebastien SALOM-GOMIS / AFP)

Paris Saint-Germain announced on Tuesday that Kylian Mbappe has suffered a hamstring injury and will miss their Champions League game at RB Leipzig.

The French World Cup-winning forward’s last-minute defection is a significant blow for PSG with Neymar and Mauro Icardi already ruled out of Wednesday’s game in Germany.

Thomas Tuchel’s side take on Leipzig playing catch-up in Group H after losing to Manchester United in their opening game.

Mbappe scored a penalty in the league win over Nantes on Saturday before being withdrawn and heading straight down the tunnel clutching his right hamstring.

At the time Tuchel was unconcerned about the 21-year-old’s fitness for the Leipzig game.

“It is just fatigue. It’s not an injury,” the PSG manager said after the 3-0 win.

But medical tests have subsequently confirmed that the player is suffering “a right hamstring muscle problem”, PSG said.

Wednesday’s game is a rematch of August’s Champions League semi-final in Lisbon which PSG won 3-0 before losing to Bayern Munich in the final.

Read Next

For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.

Read More