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Meet the Game and App Press!

From: Ann B.
Sent on: Monday, August 1, 2011 8:32 PM
Greeting JS coders,

For those of you doing apps and games in javascript/HTML5 for the web or mobile this will be a relevent and unique panel:
http://meetpress.eventbrite.com/

Meet The Press!
Arguably the best way to get the word out about your game or your game company is to get media coverage. Well respected online and physical magazines, TV shows, and review sites provide their audience with an expert, unbiased viewpoint and so have a great deal more credibility than advertising. Media coverage can make a marked difference in not only spreading the word, but also how your game or company is perceived.

So how do you entice a journalist to write your story? To answer that we have assembled a panel of game-media giants to tell you about how they view the world. Find out what makes them tick, what they want to write about, and what ticks them off.



--
"Enchantment?  Enchantment!" -- Sandal, Dragon Age Origins.
Ann Burkett
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