Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2008’

NATPE 2009

NATPE 2009 – Competing in the Digital Space Does multiplatform success depend on a multi-faceted strategy to compete for dollars and demographics? Catherine Warren joins a panel of International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences members to compare valuable intelligence on how producers

Wii Tops Xbox 360, PS3 Trails in Consumer Purchase Intent

The researchers at Penn, Schoen & Berland Associates have found that the PS3 trails both the Wii and Xbox 360 significantly in terms of holiday purchase intent. More within…

Wii Sales Hit 7 Million in Japan as Adoption Rate Slows

Nintendo’s console has hit another milestone in Japan, but the U.S. installed base is almost double that of Japan, where hardware sales have been slowing.

Ubisoft's First-Half Sales Up 32% as Net Income Dips

The French publisher had a very solid first half and the company is optimistic for the remainder of its financial year. Ubisoft said “initial indications” for Prince of Persia are “very encouraging.”

Zelda Director Feels Compelled to Surpass Ocarina of Time

Eiji Aonuma is pleased that so many fans revere Ocarina of Time, but he desperately wants to create a Zelda that tops that game.

Finding men online

In a recent FanTrust blog, I covered “Woman to Woman, Online” a solid primer on women’s behaviour and websites recently published by the New York Times. But, the paper’s statement about men’s behavior didn’t sit right. “Although men are heavy

FanTrust clients win big at Canadian New Media Awards

Toronto – Canada’s blockbuster awards show recognized FanTrust clients with four major awards at its 8th annual gala. The Canadian New Media Awards, which celebrate excellence in digital business and production, singled out a total of 14 outstanding companies and

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