Entries in 'Media' (188)
The high-profile executive at the centre of the News of the World phone-tapping controversy has appointed the boss of Nintendo’s UK PR firm to handle her media needs going forwards.
Keza MacDonald has joined IGN UK as games editor.
Future will reveal brand new designs for its CVG and Edge websites on June 1st.
LevelUp gaming accessories will now be released in the UK through AntiGrav Media.
"Did you hear that?" news anchor Brigida Mack is heard to say having just witnessed the shocking moment that one leading video game chose to launch a scathing attack on ...
IGN Entertainment has announced a partnership with MediaXP to publish IGN Germany.
Studios for 13 countries around the world have already entered Computec’s Make The Game competition.
What's your favourite games website? Who's your favourite writer? What's the games media's most important role? Is print dead?
The UK games media says it must stop confusing advertisers and agree on an industry standard for measuring web traffic.
The UK’s leading magazine publishers are upping the ante on Apple devices.
The media furore surrounding HMV has been overwhelming.
A Valentine's Day summit will see games media bosses convene with ABC to crack how they can work better together.
Media giant Future has merged its games and film sales and publishing departments into one entertainment division to strengthen the team.
Imagine Publishing has announced it has given every member of staff a free iPad.
Computec Media is giving games developers the chance to establish themselves on the browser gaming scene.
Government-financed satellite news channel Russia Today has pointed the finger at Modern Warfare 2 following the recent terrorist attack in the country.
Sony has launched a mammoth marketing campaign for its acclaimed release, LittleBigPlanet 2.
Having finally been broadcast on BBC One last night, the media has reacted with cynicism to what is being widely labelled as an inconclusive and sensationalist report on the potential ...
The days of dominant gaming websites are numbered, says The Games Tribe’s Richard Keith.
As if accusing FIFA execs of bribery wasn’t enough, next week BBC’s Panorama threatens to lift the lid on ‘games addiction’.