This Week in Animation – Patron-only Feed Teaser

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This is a very special public release of the Rotoscopers RotoCast, the patron-only podcast. This sneak peak is of This Week in Animation (TWiA), which is a 5-15 minute weekly show where we give our slant on the animation news from the previous week.

We wanted to give you a taste of what the patron’s get every week! As a Rotoscopers patron, each supporter gets a feed that is unique to them based on their level of patronage. The $1 a month level gives you get access to this gem of a podcast, while those that pledge $5 or more get access to TWiA and the RotoRewatch, a bonus podcast where we re-review an animated film we previously talked about on the show. (July’s episode was over Beauty and the Beast and August is Tangled!)

This was last week’s episode covering the news from July 31 – August 6, 2017 and we may only post one more example on the Animation Addicts Podcast feed, so if you are interested in becoming a patron and staying up to date on what is current, head over to our Patreon to learn how to get get access to even more news, reviews, and exclusive patron-only perks.

What do you guys think about the This Week in Animation sneak peak podcast?

Edited by: Hannah Wilkes

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About Chelsea Robson

Chelsea Robson, Co-host of the Animation Addicts Podcast, studied studio engineering and is a singer/songwriter and is know as "The World Traveler of the Podcast." She speaks fluent Portuguese, loves being outdoors, hiking small mountains, riding horses, and talking about human nature.
  • Yellow

    Sounds like a cool idea.

  • Looks like you spelled Patreon incorrectly? Everywhere?

    • Patreon is the platform, but we refer to people who support us on Patreon as patrons.

  • ValkarieandherInventorChief

    I know what my news of animation is gonna be next week, Race to the edge Season five. Hearing how much money Illumination has made off those walking corn pops makes me sick,.. ugh. Excited for the Lego thing but kinda worried they are going like WAY hard on this new fad with Legos they are soon going to risk burn out, like with Superheroes. Spooky jack is meh to me, until I see a trailer. The biggest thing in 2019 for me though is HTTYD3, I hope Universal doesn’t ruin it though considering all their animated movies so far don’t have the taking the world they build seriously. I know its gonna be sad and depress me like HP, but I want that for How to train your dragon as a franchise. To go out like it came in, along the lines of Pixar not subpar.