The big news in the Japanese voice-acting industry these days is a huge scandal involving one of the most important men in the industry, Matsuda Sakumi, who has been arrested on a charge of "lewd behavior toward a minor" in regard to a 16-year-old aspiring seiyuu.
Matsuda is the head of two of the biggest seiyuu agencies, Arts Vision and I"m Enterprise and of the most famous seiyuu training school, Nihon Narration. The charges concern incidents during the final acceptance interview in April of a 16-year-old girl who had passed an audition last December.
The arrest has led to a wave of fury from fans, who say it damages the reputations of other seiyuu and demand something be done about "sexual harassment, power harassment, and 'pillow business'" in the industry.
All three companies' websites have been shut down, with messages apologizing to fans and saying that Mr. Matsuda's resignation has been accepted. The messages make a point of saying the incident does not concern any other seiyuu. The messages name new managing directors and say they will work to "raise all employees' consciousness about following laws and regulations."
The rosters of Arts Vision and I"m Enterprise read like a who's who of voice acting. Arts Vision: Asano Masumi, Horie Yui, Fujita Saki, Kuwatani Natsuko, Mizuhashi Kaori, et al. I"m Enterprise: Ueda Kana, Tamura Yukari, Saitou Chiwa, Takahashi Mikako, Nakahara Mai, Yamamoto Maria, Yahagi Sayuri, Honda Youko, Morinaga Rika, Kugimiya Rie, et al.
There is a wiki in Japanese, collecting information about the situation. There is an article in English on Anime News Network. The situation is also being discussed in English on AnimeSuki.