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Friday, December 11 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Journalists Discuss: Actual Ethics in Game Journalism LIMITED

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Ethics in video game journalism is a heated subject in the industry --  to say the least -- with the gaming audience demanding both fair coverage and transparent, unbiased practices by journalists. This panel of working journalists in the field will clear the air and actually discuss the difficulty of ethics in a medium that is, at its roots, an enthusiast press. We will discuss everything from embargoes and relationships with PR, to advertising in the face of a free press and the polarization of social gaming topics such as race, gender, and sexual orientation.

Moderators
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Nick Tan

Editor in Chief, GameRevolution
I've been a games writer for eight years at GameRevolution and am the current Editor in Chief for the outlet. I'm also a Guitar Hero, Mass Effect fan, and Fallout junkie.

Speakers
avatar for Gil Almogi

Gil Almogi

Writer
I've played video games most of my life, but I've only been writing about them for a few years proceeding a small mid-life crisis. I also like cats and food.
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Ludwig Kietzmann

Freelance Writer, GamesRadar+
US. editor-in-chief at GamesRadar+. Formerly of Joystiq. Punned it and tiny human bean grown in Africa. Forbes 30-under-30 person-thing.
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Carolyn Petit

Managing Editor, Feminist Frequency
I spent four years as an editor at GameSpot, where my experiences as a publicly transgender woman in the games media gave me a unique perspective on the state of games culture. My review of Grand Theft Auto V for GameSpot, which touched on issues of misogyny in the game, caused quite an uproar, while also triggering discussions about what a game review should be and what purpose it should serve. I'm currently Managing Editor at Feminist... Read More →


Friday December 11, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
GX Ballroom 1 Marriott - Salon I + II