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  • Shannon Studstill is helping lead female charge in video game field

    Shannon Studstill is helping lead female charge in video game field
    As a child, Shannon Studstill sold gum to her classmates to finance her weekly trips to the video game arcade. That early investment in "Pac-Man" and "Defender" would pay huge dividends. Studstill, one of the most powerful women in the male-...
  • Daniel Alter, Jeff Forsyth Launch Vetted as Multi-Platform Banner (EXCLUSIVE)

    After being one of the more proactive producers when it comes to landing the film rights to hit video game properties, Daniel Alter is ready build a brand in the online entertainment arena. Alter and Jeff Forsyth have set up Vetted as a multi-platform...
  • New Consoles Offset Start of a Down Year for Video Game Industry

    The launches of new consoles the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 from Microsoft and Sony, respectively, propped up earnings results for the video game industry in January, with hardware sales up 17% to $241 million last month. Overall, the games biz earned...
  • 'The Last of Us' Leads BAFTA Games Awards Race

    LONDON -- "The Last of Us" leads the way in the BAFTA Games Awards race with 20 nominations, with "Grand Theft Auto V" grabbing nine, and "Tearaway" nommed in eight categories. Five games received four nominations apiece: "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag,...
  • Mattel Signs New Five-Year Deal to Produce WWE Toys (EXCLUSIVE)

    Mattel will enter WWE's ring for another five years, with the world's largest toymaker pinning down a new deal to become the wrestling company's master toy licensee through 2019. Financial terms of the deal were not revealed, but toys and video games are...
  • Will Wall Street have a crush on Candy Crush IPO?

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Will Wall Street have a crush on King Digital Entertainment? The London-based maker of the highly addictive smartphone game Candy Crush has filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering of up...
  • 'BioShock' Creator Irrational Games Shuts Down

    The creator of one of the videogame industry's biggest franchises is moving on: "BioShock" creator Ken Levine said Tuesday he is shutting down Irrational Games to create "a smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavor" at Take-Two Interactive to producer...
  • Hulu Hires Sony Network Entertainment's Tian Lim as CTO

    Hulu has hired Tian Lim, formerly with Sony Entertainment Network, as chief technology officer -- giving the Internet TV joint venture a permanent CTO after about a year without one. Lim's appointment is the latest high-level recruit for Hulu chief...
  • Enjoy 'The LEGO Movie' outside of the theatre

    GamerHub.tv Warner Bros. has a bonafide blockbuster with "The LEGO Movie," which has dominated the box office since opening Feb. 7. The movie has already made over $143 million in the U.S. to date and is on its way to surpassing $200 million...
  • Disney Interactive expected to begin layoffs

    Disney Interactive expected to begin layoffs
    Disney Interactive, the struggling video game and digital media subsidiary of the Walt Disney Co., is expected to begin a round of layoffs, according to a source with knowledge of the matter. The cuts could come as soon as this week. Disney...
  • 'Grand Theft Auto V' Sales More Than Double Take-Two Interactive Profits

    Third quarter profits more than doubled for Take-Two Interactive, thanks to record sales driven primarily by Rockstar Games' "Grand Theft Auto V." "Grand Theft Auto V," which had a reported budget of $260 million and took five years to produce, broke...