Pococha in Japan, a listener’s pain.

pococha in Japan

I’ve been watching Pococha, a Japanese video streaming service, for about half a year now.

Now I’m in the frame of 4 families.

Ms. M was sick and took a break for the whole month of May.

In June, I was worried that she wouldn’t be able to deliver.

On the 1st of June, she gave us an hour on the radio.

For a week, she will be on the radio for an hour every day, so she can get used to it.

I was told that I would return to face-to-face broadcasting next week, once the doctor had given his permission.

On the 1st of June, despite the month-long gap, her voice sounded bright and cheerful, and I was so relieved that I cried.

But then I thought about myself for a moment.

She was looking for a listener called “I”.

I wonder if he’s gone to bed yet?

That’s right.

No matter how worried I’ve been for the past month.

I felt that no matter how much I had been worrying about her over the past month, I could not help but be concerned for her, as she is a very influential person.

In addition, there were many people who came to the distribution without knowing about the blank month.

She couldn’t stop thanking them.

I no longer felt like I had a reason to exist.
I’m just one of the many fans.

I still think I understand this obvious thing, but I think I was still dreaming.

If it were possible, Streamers, I’d like you to treat your listeners equally.

I know that’s not possible.

It’s only natural that the listeners who give back tens of thousands of dollars a month are more important.

It’s because of these core fans that both the management and the artists make their money.

I know that the fans who don’t pay any money are low K and are not taken seriously, but I am very sad.

I feel sorry for myself for being so passionate.

I feel sorry for myself for worrying about them.

I’m just a weak listener.

I think it’s more worthwhile to support listeners who have just started streaming.

I think it’s a waste of time to support streamers who already has a certain amount of core fans.

The idols on TV have become more accessible thanks to this kind of online distribution.

I feel closer to the idols on TV and feel as if they are my acquaintances.

I feel as if I know them.

But the companies are smart enough to take advantage of this psychology and use it to make money.

AKB’s strategy of giving you a handshake ticket when you buy a CD is a great one.

The pococha is similar.

There are many people who spend tens of thousands of dollars a month and live for the recognition of their streamers.

With the plethora of mediums through the internet, though, the nature of influencers is changing.

If you have 100 core fans, that’s a lot of income.

I don’t have any fans.

There is no one who reads this blog.

I just hope that I don’t cause offence by reading it.

But I will open the Pococcia app today.

I don’t have any connection with the outside world, so I may say that Pococha is the only way to connect with the outside world.

I guess you could say that.

With my self-contradiction, I might as well stop looking at the pococha.

I’m in the frame of four families, but it’s easy to get out.

I don’t watch the distribution for 10 days.

If you have less than 1K in a month, you will be automatically removed from the family.

If you don’t keep a cool head, you’re a fool.

I guess this is what virtual reality is all about.

No matter how much you think about the person in the virtual reality

It is only an illusion.

I can understand it if you are in elementary or junior high school.

But it is too silly for an old man to get involved.

I may not be able to stop this foolishness for ever.

pococha in Japan

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竹 慎一郎