Entries in 'Media' (50)
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.
Games-centric TV platform Ginx has acquired Player Channel.
This is why the world thinks video games are all made for silly little boys.
One day after the release of Grand Theft Auto V, the UK’s national press has seemingly resumed its attack on gaming.
Blockbuster UK is the latest games retailer to back free specialist games magazine Gamereactor UK.
British playwright Lucy Prebble will write a monthly games column in a new publication by The Observer.
Videogamer has smashed its traffic records last month thanks to major new editorial changes.
Future CEO Mark Wood has confirmed in an internal memo this morning that the company is to cut approximately 55 jobs.
Microsoft should have been stronger in its argument for the Xbox One’s former digital features, Codemasters founder David Darling has stated.
There are many evils in this world and it’s safe to say patching Black Ops II and suggesting Harry Styles has a penis are definitely two of the worst.
One of the most successful and creative games of recent times has become the bizarre target of the US media.
One UK consumer games site has revealed plans to change its review policy to offer more bite-sized information to readers.
UK games mag 360 Gamer is to unveil its new branding with its next issue.
The real winner of E3 wasn’t one of the squabbling console manufacturers – but the hundreds of journalists writing about them.