Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/02/20/Video_Game_Journalism--Who_Cares Journalists N'Gai Croal and Seth Schiesel discuss different strategies on how to promote video games. Schiesel warns that if video game marketing doesn't target a broader audience, the industry will "go down just like comic books in this country. You will always be marginalized." N'Gai Croal, and Seth Schiesel discuss the impacts of advertising on video game journalism. Schiesel warns that if video game marketing doesn't target a broader audience, the industry will "go down just like comic books in this country. You will always be marginalized." ----- A panel of leading video game journalists discuss the uncertain future of video game journalism. Led by Insomniac Games President and CEO Ted Price, they explore the challenges of reporting on video games, as well as the new opportunities that are arising as video games begin to enter the mainstream. - D.I.C.E. Summit N'Gai Croal has been General Editor of Newsweek since December 1999. He has written about technology since he joined Newsweek in February 1995 as an associate editor. Geoff Keighley has spent more than half his life covering the video game business as a journalist, television personality, and producer. Today, he serves as both host and executive producer of "GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley," the #1 rated video game show on TV, and has an overarching talent and development deal with MTV Networks Entertainment Group. Seth Schiesel is an American technology journalist. He writes a variety of columns and special reports for the New York Times on the gaming industry and the role of gaming in American society.
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