Entries in 'Media' (111)
Change.org has been home to many a noble venture, but perhaps this is the most heroic of all.
Publisher Paradox Interactive has urged fans to stop lambasting IGN for what some feel is an unfair review of Stellaris.
Puzzler Media is to publish a monthly Candy Crush magazine.
Future has announced a pair of senior promotions within the GamesRadar global editorial team.
The Crown Prosecution Service has published a new set of guidelines designed to broaden the scope with which online bullies can be prosecuted.
The government has said it would consider taking action against the providers of adblockers in an attempt to protect the press.
Angry Birds owner Rovio has separated its book and comic publishing operations into a new affiliate company called Kaiken Publishing.
The original home of online games videos is closing down today.
Readers of the PlayStation Blog are used to posts highlighting new deals and quoting prices in pounds and euros. That, however, is now a thing of the past.
Depression Quest developer Zoe Quinn has sold the movie rights to her upcoming memoir Crash Override: How To Save The Internet From Itself.
Riot’s League of Legends World Championship draws to a close tomorrow and already it has drawn some huge viewer numbers online.
There are many things to note about the 15-year-old who was yesterday arrested and subsequently bailed for the TalkTalk security breach.
A Treyarch developer has apologised for the mock-terrorist campaign that was conducted on the Call of Duty Twitter feed.
The often poisonous population of Reddit has led to the site’s owners launching a new portal that eradicates its central principle – user comments.
Ex-Sony, Outplay and Ripstone staff are heading up a new games publishing arm by Channel 4 called All 4 Games.
Developer Wales Interactive has said that it was asked for a payment of $22,000 when it approached a YouTuber about possible coverage for its game.
A mini-game that attempted to explain the condition suffered by slaves being transported across the Atlantic by likening it to Tetris has been pulled from Steam.
The BBC has released the first trailer for its upcoming drama based on the development of Grand Theft Auto.
A website that allows users to compete in online games to win prizes has had its knuckles rapped by the Advertising Standards Authority over a misleading ad.
Outspoken developer Tomonobu Itagaki has again accused the press of getting it wrong in its critical mauling of Wii U shooter Devil’s Third.
Well here’s a story we didn’t expect to be bashing out on a mid-week summer holiday morning.
If you haven’t seen it already, look below to see how Time chose to depict its cover feature on virtual reality.
Having said recently that it would not be closing down racist threads, Reddit has once again changed its content strategy to prohibit a handful of notorious hangouts.
The last year saw huge changes for Future’s output, with the closure of CVG and the combination of its remaining games brands into GamesRadar+.