Entries in 'Media' (111)
PC Gamer’s Tom Senior talks about bringing the platform back to E3
A Gaijin Entertainment gameplay producer has been suspended after abusing his DMCA powers to wrongfully bringing the channel of a leading Russian YouTuber to a halt.
Reddit’s head of community Jessica Moreno has left the company, marking the fourth major exit by a female employee in the last month.
Curse VP of global sales Nathan Lindberg reveals the firm’s unique approach to covering E3 – and how it kept its fans happy
June was the biggest month ever in Gamer Network's history – following five consecutive months of record-breaking traffic.
IGN’s UK editor-in-chief Alex Simmons lifts the curtain on the media giant’s record-breaking coverage of this year’s E3
VideoGamer.com head of video production Simon Miller explains how the site’s comedic approach to E3 helped it stand out from the crowd
The senior editor of consumer games giant GameSpot is leaving the site to join MMO developer Trion Worlds.
Reinstated Reddit CEO Steve Huffman has outlined what he believes is a new future for Reddit where its most distasteful content is stamped out.
“Does Reddit have a gender discrimination problem that it needs to address?”
Ellen Pao is no longer the CEO of Reddit.
Media firm Future has acquired London-based internet and advertising providing Net Communities.
Interim CEO Ellen Pao has said that change is on the way following Reddit’s return to normal following last week’s mod protest.
Weekly music magazine NME is to become free in September, with video games joining a number of new topics being introduced to its pages.
Reddit is in the midst of a rebellion after the mod in charge of the site’s popular AMAs was allegedly fired.
Or should that be ‘only’ ten years old? Because it can sometimes be hard to remember a time when internet video wasn’t just a click/swipe away.
The UK’s only dedicated 3D channel is to be closed.
The Games Media Awards return on October 14th.
The BBC has confirmed the first official casting and plot details of its upcoming drama about the development of Grand Theft Auto.
Feminist Frequency creator and equality advocate Anita Sarkeesian has made it into this year’s Time 100 list.
It appears as if no-one from the original Grand Theft Auto design team is involved in the BBC’s upcoming dramatization about the game’s creation.
Another member of the video games industry has decided to abandon Twitter after growing tired of the abuse being directed toward him and his family.
It has emerged that most of the moderation team of the League of Legends subreddit have signed up to a non-disclosure agreement with developer Riot Games.
A TV drama series based on Grand Theft Auto is in the works at the BBC, the corporation has announced.
The new owner of VideoGamer.com, Swedish firm IBIBI, is on the look-out for other portals to add to its network of technology websites.