Entries in 'Media' (69)
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.
There is a disconnect between games reviews and games buyers that renders Metacritic meaningless, according to Rebellion boss Jason Kingsley.
Metacritic may be increasing falling out of favour, but Satoru Iwata is having none of it.
Back in 2006, games media giant IGN decided it was time to move beyond its US borders and try to take on the world.
A number of games journalists yesterday lost their jobs across three of Defy Media’s properties.
A show called Gaming: Rise of the Cyber Athlete will this week examine the credentials of video games as a sport.
“It appears that gaming's transition year has turned into transition years” – that’s the headline from Metacritic after a poor year for game quality.
Online retailer Ebuyer.com has announced its first TV sponsorship campaign with UK TV channel Dave.
Interconnected, heavily socialised games such as Destiny are asking questions of how the press reviews games.
The increasing influence of game critic Anita Sarkeesian has been demonstrated yet again with a striking cover on Bloomberg Businessweek.
US video game TV channel G4 is to be closed by parent company NBC.
Future’s PC gaming site PCGamer.com has experienced what the company says is record-breaking growth following the roll-out of its redesign last month.
The news last week that Future and Nintendo had decided to close Official Nintendo Magazine is a sad sign of the times.
The world’s news outlets have finally started paying attention to #GamerGate and begun calling for action to be taken to stop its harassment of women.
YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has seemingly expressed an interest in establishing his own video network away from current employer Maker Studios.
This last month has not been the most professionally inspiring for anyone who works in online games journalism.
It seems like the dust is finally settling on the recent #gamergate scandal, but what longer-term effects could accusations of corruption have on games journalism as a whole?
All video games magazines currently running out of Future’s London office are to be moved to Bath.