Anime Herald and Anime Feminist Enter Content Distribution Partnership

The Newsroom Comes to AniFem! Anime Herald Will Bring Their Industry-Leading Newsroom Content to Anime Feminist

PROVIDENCE, RI, APRIL 19, 2018 – Anime Herald and Anime Feminist, leading voices in the field of anime news and editorial content, have jointly announced a content sharing agreement. 

Starting April 23, 2018, Anime Herald's news content will be syndicated via Anime Feminist's website. The Anime Herald team's newsroom feed will also be distributed as part of Anime Feminist's regular output, to enhance and supplement their lauded editorial offerings. Together, the two organizations will cooperate to expand the range of feminist-friendly content available to anime fans.  

"We're excited to be able to enter this partnership with Anime Feminist," said Anime Herald editor-in-chief Samantha Ferreira. "We've always operated on the idea that anime fans deserve to expect better from their publications, and the folks at AniFem embody that ideal in every part of their operations." 

"Partnering with like-minded creators as a way to offer our readers a greater range of content while supporting other independent organisations makes perfect sense for AniFem," said Anime Feminist editor-in-chief Amelia Cook. "Anime Herald approaches news with the same feminist lens we apply to our editorial content, and their values are 100% in line with our own. Partnership was an easy decision, and the first step to making Anime Feminist a one stop shop for feminist fans of anime, manga, and other Japanese pop culture." 

About Anime Herald 

Anime Herald is a leading provider of anime news, reviews, and editorial content, delivering the latest details to readers across the globe. Founded in 2010, Anime Herald continues to grow as a "go-to" destination for readers worldwide, with thousands of articles, and industry-leading editorial content. For more information, visit

About Anime Feminist 

Anime Feminist is a principal resource for reviews, interviews, and discussion on Japanese pop culture through a feminist lens. Founded in 2016 by a team of independent writers and editors, Anime Feminist offers a platform to diverse critics sharing under-represented perspectives and pays them for their work. For more information, visit

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