Entries in 'television' (18)
This week’s South Park episode will revolve around Minecraft, and – more specifically – the notion that concerned parents have no clue what the indie game sensation actually is.
Nearly half of all Xbox Live subscribers average an hour a day or more watching video content, Microsoft has revealed.
NBC will reportedly keep G4 up and running as a television network, despite leaving it for dead earlier this year.
Microsoft’s unveiling of the Xbox One brought in a massive amount of viewers.
Microsoft has applied for a patent that would potentially award achievements for watching video content.
The next series of episodes from Telltale's The Walking Dead could tie-in with the AMC show of the same name.
Bethesda has registered a trademark that just screams Fallout TV show.
Syfy digital has announced its set to launch Nuclear Family, an original television series, exclusively on the Xbox 360.
Former CBS Television Studios president Nancy Tellem has joined Microsoft to develop original content for the Xbox brand.
Steam’s Big Picture mode will hit open beta early this week, if a report from The New York Times is to be believed.
Steam’s Big Picture mode for televisions will be in the hands of users sometime next month, Valve has announced.
Activision has revealed a first-person shooter take on The Walking Dead is in the works.
Retailer listings reveal a new Family Guy title is on the way to consoles later this year.
Gaming personality Adam Sessler has announced he has left television network G4.
The average games industry TV campaign has increased over the past five years from 2.58 weeks in 2008 to 2.97 in 2010 and now 3.39 weeks in 2012.
Sony launched the PS Vita last month and the TV rating results for its first burst of advertising activity have been revealed.
We reveal what TV viewers liked most about some of this season’s biggest games advertisements, including those for Skyrim, FIFA 12 and Modern Warfare 3.
Research has shown that 3D is on course to become a mass market product, but has yet to engage the majority of its audience.