Entries in 'Media' (38)
The Games Media Awards, now in their eighth year, return on October 15th and will take place at the revamped Bloomsbury Ballroom in London.
As if video games aren’t already bad enough, it has now been revealed that they are as addictive as another really bad thing.
Robot, a monthly magazine dedicated to gaming for kids, has launched in the UK.
‘Top Gear for gamers’ – that’s the pitch for a new video games based TV show in the planning stages at Redbull.
US games journalism powerhouse Polygon has dropped three staff members as part of a tweak to its editorial direction.
Services such as Netflix and Hulu will soon be free to access on Xbox One and Xbox 360, a new report has claimed.
UK paper The Daily Mail has inevitably linked the tragic stabbing of a Leeds schoolteacher to video games.
Future CEO Mark Wood is to step down, with CFO Zillah Byng-Maddick taking his place.
2013 was a bumper year for the UK games media, but who came out on top?
Media group Future has seen its share price tumble following its recent profits warning.
Kotaku UK will be launched by Future in a matter of weeks.
Print magazines can still attract the millions currently getting their gaming news from YouTube.
IGN. Eurogamer. GameSpot. CVG. These are some of the biggest names in games media, all gracing the monitors of gamers the world over on a daily basis.
Videogamer.com has appointed Jamie Trinca as its new video producer.
A new independent website focusing on virtual reality is now live.
UK YouTube giant Yogscast says it can help publishers sell games, but it will never compromise its integrity.
Damon Johnson has been named as the new senior vice president and general manager of IGN.com.
This year, our salary survey shows a slight increase in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
Future UK has appointed former tech and games boss Nial Ferguson as its new managing director.
Former Games TM editor Samuel Roberts is the new editor of Future mag PC Gamer.
Eurogamer, CVG, Edge, IGN and GameSpot – the biggest names in games media, written and edited by the smartest thinkers and the wittiest commentators.
At least, that seems to be what a new article from The Daily Mail is implying.
The biggest names in the UK games press will attend tomorrow's Games Media Awards
UK trade body UKIE and age ratings firm PEGI has rejected criticism that it’s not doing enough to prevent children getting its hands on adult video games.