Entries in 'Media' (208)
The Daily Mail’s stance on video games is not as clear as you might think.
Justin.tv owned gaming video service Twitch has posted some very impressive numbers for February 2013.
Australia's first ever R18+ rated videogame hit shelves this week, and the iGEA and media were there to help celebrate.
The story of Dead Space 4’s supposed cancellation has taken an unwelcome turn with EA COO Peter Moore launching a personal attack on the journalist who broke the story.
It’s no good shouting at an empty room. Publishers need to know where their audience is and how to reach them, and as the demographic of gamers broadens, this is ...
Online giant IGN is launching a Russian version of its site this month as part of a deal with Eastern Europe publisher Gameland.
Media and events business Eurogamer Network has rebranded itself.
IGN has laid off a still unspecified number of staff.
At first glance, Game Informer’s UK expansion is hardly an invasion.
The latest ABC numbers from Future Entertainment show that the publishing company now reaches a higher global audience than ever before.
Entertainment and technology website Digital Spy has passed the 20m monthly users mark for the first time.
The biggest games magazines in North America and Europe are to launch in the UK, MCV can reveal.
“A saucy calendar is looking to take the gaming world by storm – by pairing classic consoles with scantily-clad women.”
This year, our salary survey shows a decline in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
Media games outrages reach their inevitable conclusion with astounding cancer headline in The Mirror
“TV & COMPUTER CRAZE IS GIVING KIDS CANCER”
NewBay Media has acquired MCV publisher Intent Media, to create a new European operation.
Publisher and media group Future has reported normalised operating profit of £6.9m for the year ending September 30th.
The UK’s leading games retailer GAME has announced a new partnership with IGN.
US magazine Time has named its all-time best 100 video games – and as you’d imagine there are some expected and definitely not as expected inclusions.
Retailer Blockbuster has ventured into the world of digital publishing with a brand new iPad, Android and Kindle magazine.
UK magazines PSM3 and Xbox World are to be closed by publisher Future.
A UK judge has ordered Apple, to publicly apologise to rival Samsung.
There are people out there who have accused The Sun of having an anti-Nintendo agenda. Why on earth could that be?