Entries in 'Media' (97)
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+.
PC Gamer’s Tom Senior talks about bringing the platform back to E3
A Gaijin Entertainment gameplay producer has been suspended after abusing his DMCA powers to wrongfully bringing the channel of a leading Russian YouTuber to a halt.
Reddit’s head of community Jessica Moreno has left the company, marking the fourth major exit by a female employee in the last month.
Curse VP of global sales Nathan Lindberg reveals the firm’s unique approach to covering E3 – and how it kept its fans happy
June was the biggest month ever in Gamer Network's history – following five consecutive months of record-breaking traffic.
IGN’s UK editor-in-chief Alex Simmons lifts the curtain on the media giant’s record-breaking coverage of this year’s E3
VideoGamer.com head of video production Simon Miller explains how the site’s comedic approach to E3 helped it stand out from the crowd
The senior editor of consumer games giant GameSpot is leaving the site to join MMO developer Trion Worlds.
Reinstated Reddit CEO Steve Huffman has outlined what he believes is a new future for Reddit where its most distasteful content is stamped out.
“Does Reddit have a gender discrimination problem that it needs to address?”
Ellen Pao is no longer the CEO of Reddit.
Media firm Future has acquired London-based internet and advertising providing Net Communities.
Interim CEO Ellen Pao has said that change is on the way following Reddit’s return to normal following last week’s mod protest.
Weekly music magazine NME is to become free in September, with video games joining a number of new topics being introduced to its pages.