Entries in 'future' (173)
CVG editor Tim Ingham is leaving games journalism - to run leading business magazine Music Week.
The shockwaves created by the shock 3DS price drop continue to ripple outwards, and now EA has warned Sony that the PlayStation Vita faces some very serious challenges.
Cloud gaming is on the horizon – but what does it mean for the industry? Top bosses from publishing and retail forecast what trends we can expect to see as the ...
Some 100 staff are to go from Future Publishing UK in the wake of a trading statement that showed group revenues down as pressures on print mount.
Changes are afoot for the 2011 Golden Joystick Awards.
Future Publishing this year will offer publishers the chance to unveil new content during the event.
Future Publishing has redesigned Official Nintendo Magazine and its website ahead of the 3DS launch.
The UK’s leading magazine publishers are upping the ante on Apple devices.
Future Publishing is seriously considering making a bid for the BBC Magazine portfolio, which includes the likes of Radio Times and Top Gear.
The readers of UK games magazines may be falling but there's better news for the online brands.
The UK games mags have seen falls across the board, according to the latest figures from ABC.
Future Publishing has hired two new publishers for its Entertainment portfolio.
Media firm Future has reported a significant increase in online ad revenue for the quarter ending December 31st 2010.
Media giant Future has merged its games and film sales and publishing departments into one entertainment division to strengthen the team.
At the time of writing you can’t speak to anyone in the industry without touching on 3DS. Everyone has an opinion.
Future has announced a reshuffle of its games team that sees current editor-in-chief of Official PlayStation Magazine Tim Clarke become editor-in-chief of the company's entire games portfolio.
Matt Cundy has been promoted to UK editor of GamesRadar.
IGN UK has appointed a new PR manager – former Future Publishing man Will Guyatt.
A new eight-page gaming section will appear in the Daily Mirror next month, following a deal with Future Publishing.
Future Publishing has posted a slight increase in profit for the year ending September 30th 2010.
Nintendo has admitted that it will fall far short of selling the 1m units it had predicted for September’s Wii release Metroid: Other M.
As Premier League football clubs prove on a yearly basis, having a lot of debt doesn’t necessarily mean you are a bad business.
Future has strengthened its Nintendo editorial team ahead of the launch of 3DS next year.