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The Casual Gamer Phenomenon: Wii Fit in NYT Style Section

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/02/20/Video_Game_Journalism--Who_Cares A panel of journalists discuss how the growing popularity of video games has changed the style and appeal of video game journalism. As more casual gamers are drawn in by user friendly consoles like the Nintendo Wii, gaming continues to receive broader coverage in major news outlets like The New York Times. ----- 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 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. Mike Snider began covering the video game industry during the Super Nintendo-Sega Genesis clash in 1992. An original pinball wizard, he eventually was seduced by Robotron: 2084 and Tempest. 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.
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