Entries in 'ed vaizey' (14)
The Government’s Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries wants a games console in his office.
Tax breaks for games made in the UK are back on the agenda. So MCV spoke to Ed Vaizey, minister for the department of culture, media and sport, to find out ...
Culture minister Ed Vaizey held meetings with games firms today over Research and Development tax credits.
The London Games Festival saw a whopping 76,000 people attend its various games events.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey gave a well-rehearsed speech to a large group of games industry professionals at the Develop Conference in Brighton this morning, encouraging the sector to move on ...
Ed Vaizey is to make what may be his first appearance at a games industry event since he became Minister for Culture at the formation of the current coalition Government.
Ed Vaizey, the Conservative MP who has in recent months pledged to support the game industry, has been appointed as Culture Minister.
Today is the day three main political parties head to BAFTA’s London HQ to discuss the game industry’s most pressing issues.
The UK Government has addressed fears that the Digital Economy Bill will not be passed before the General Election.
The Bill, which looks at age ratings, broadband and illegal ...
The Conservative Party this afternoon launched its biggest attack yet on the Government for its treatment of the UK games industry.
The British Government has ‘forgotten’ the UK video games industry – allowing Canada and France to pinch our finest creative talent.
Shadow Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has recommended that industry trade bodies TIGA and ELSPA merge – to form ‘The Video Games Association’.
The Conservative Party’s Shadow Arts and Culture Minister has told MCV that he would be keen to set up a games industry equivalent of the UK Film Council should the ...