Skul will be recording Sourcecast 2.0 Episode 7 soon. If you have any suggestions on what he should talk about, feel free to send him a PM. Remember, we’re also looking for a rotation staff, so if you’re interested, let… Continue Reading
It’s back! The Animation Source Choice Awards (ASCA), not to be confused with the Animation Source Awards, which honour members of Animation Source and has been discontinued permanently, honour the best in animation from the previous year. The first year Animation Source… Continue Reading
Sourcecast is pleased to announce that we have a new logo, courtesy of Kelsey the Zombie, featuring characters from Balto, Lion King, 101 Dalmatians, Fox & the Hound, All Dogs Go To Heaven, Lady and the Tramp, Brother Bear and… Continue Reading
Currently, Sourcecast has three hosts, Skulblaka_Shur’tugal, Ancient Fairy Dragon and Juuchan17, but we’re looking for more than that. We want hosts that can come in every few episodes and rotate between each other. The only thing we ask for is… Continue Reading
UPDATE: For now, this has been cancelled. Sourcecast is pleased to announce that it has an interview lined up for voice actor Robbie Rist. Most of you might know him as the voice of Star in “Balto”, but he also… Continue Reading
Best Picture: Brave Best Director: Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier (Ice Age: Continental Drift) Fan Favorite: Rise of the Guardians Best Original Screenplay: Brave, Wreck-it Ralph (tie) Best Sequel Screenplay: Pokemon the Movie: Kyurem vs. The Sword of Justice Best Voice Actor: Vic Mignogna, Ben Stiller (tie) Best… Continue Reading
It is now the middle of the month, and the time has come to reveal the nominees for all the categories of the awards. Vote Counters who have not yet sent your votes, now is the time, so we can… Continue Reading
Sourcecast is proud to welcome Rainbowkat to the team as the Graphic Designer. She replaces MightyBalto1925, who served on staff for 2 years. Rainbowkat is currently a moderator of Animation Source and is excited to begin work on Sourcecast. She… Continue Reading
In April 2011, we launched the first Sourcecast website. This website had a very simple design that lacked the manoeuvrability and customisation that was required for a site like ours. Which is why, in August 2011, we began working on the official website for Sourcecast 2.0.
This site was totally custom-designed and has evolved dramatically from a backend standpoint, especially during the summer. Things like improved SEO, listener maps, mailing lists, modified designs and code snippet changes, adapted to make it easier for your browser.
We have, however, come to the conclusion that even this Sourcecast website is not fit for purpose. There were just too many difficulties in using the outdated, unsupported iWeb software. It also led to problems with creating a mobile website, as the software was just not designed for such a purpose. Continue Reading