From media networks to gaming, here are the week’s biggest job moves.
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From video games to traditional sports, there was no shortage of career shuffling this week
A “Buy Now” button will automatically appear for viewers while they watch related gaming livestreams
Late night comedy, a first-of-its kind Twitter game and more
Rob Lister, chief legal officer and chief business development officer at Imax, dished details to [a]listdaily on how the company is trying to get people to experience VR for the first time
After all—who wouldn’t want to explore their favorite video game for real?
A new trend is emerging—turning the hottest games into digital TV series
“As long as we can keep providing the best experience to the gamers, and as long as they are still enjoying the content, it makes sense for us to continue our support.”
Industry experts and developers share their thoughts about extending the lifecycles of games and boosting player engagement by treating them as services
As a new US president is inaugurated, new CEOs step into their roles. Here are the biggest job moves this week
Marketing can be innovative, authentic . . . and just plain weird