Do you know who wrote the last gaming article you read? Do you know how or why they wrote it? In this episode, you’ll hear about a trend certain outlets have adopted that are raising major ethics concerns from outside the gaming community (this time) and what you need to look out for when browsing the news.
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On paid media council programs
- Rolling Stone seeks ‘thought leaders’ willing to pay $2,000 to write for them by Archie Bland for The Guardian
- We Turned Down a Monthly Forbes.com Column. Here’s Why. by Saul Hafenbredl for C. Blohm & Associates
Examples of paid media council gaming-related posts at Forbes
- How community-based video games came to dominate the market
- It’s 2000 again: why the next gaming innovation cycle could follow the same path as the internet
- Video games are standing in for physical world experiences during social distancing
- The cloud is playing games
- Game on: as 5g deployments speed up so will cloud gaming
- There are many more
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