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Inside the truck: How ESPN handled Kobe Bryant's epic final game

Inside the truck: How ESPN handled Kobe Bryant's epic final game Had the record not been at stake that night, Bryant and the Lakers would have aired as originally planned on ESPN.The Kobe game would prove to be a bonanza for ESPN2, with Wednesday night becoming the channel's most-viewed regular season NBA game ever.

expands with Japan Edition

expands with Japan Edition In addition to content being translated into Japanese from this website, 4Gamer's team will be writing localized content about the games industry in Japan.Furthermore, GamesIndustry.

Teen at Trump rally successfully trolls newspaper with NSFW name

Teen at Trump rally successfully trolls newspaper with NSFW name The Baltimore Sun is looking into a story in which reporter Ian Duncan included a quote from what was most likely a trolling teen.In a story about yet another protest at a Donald Trump rally — this time in Maryland — Duncan included a quote from a 19-year-old supposedly named Jack Mehoff.

YouTube amends Content ID dispute process

YouTube amends Content ID dispute process YouTube is changing its Content ID dispute process in favor of creators, allowing them to earn revenue even when fighting copyright claims.The move should creators who clash with copyright holders, like game publishers, and face a loss in revenue while they argue their case.

Rolling Stone publisher launching gaming site

Rolling Stone publisher launching gaming site The parent company of Rolling Stone is launching its own video game website.The New York Times is reporting that Wenner Media is prepping its new site Glixel for an October launch, with a weekly newsletter launching today.

The Division making its way to movies

Jake Gyllenhaal and Ubisoft are reuniting.However, that's just a portion of Ubisoft's potential slate.

Gawker filing for bankruptcy - Report

According to the report, Gawker still intends to fight the judgment, but informed its workers that it is accepting offers to buy the company.It has already received an offer from Ziff Davis for less than $100 million, but anticipates that it will receive others as it progresses through the bankruptcy process.

Vice launching games site

According to a Variety report today, the company is rolling out a dedicated gaming news and culture website this year.Heading up the as-yet-unnamed site will be Austin Walker, who has spent the last year with CBS Interactive's Giant Bomb.

Sony, Microsoft share honours for E3 coverage

This year, both Sony and Microsoft received more coverage than the year prior, although Nintendo unsurprisingly slipped a little.According to ICO, 21,423 articles were written about Sony, 19,642 about Microsoft and just 5,650 about Nintendo.

Warcraft, Angry Birds movies cashing in

This was supposed to be the year that game-based movies came into their own, with a raft of big-budget offerings like Angry Birds, Warcraft, and Assassin's Creed poised to shatter the stigma surrounding such films.But then Angry Birds received apathetic reviews, and Warcraft's write-ups were even worse.

Using the newly refined Explore and Your Groove sections in Groove Music

Using the newly refined Explore and Your Groove sections in Groove Music Microsoft’s Groove Music team has arguably come a long way.For those new to Groove or newly seeking a guide to expanding their music library beyond old high school favorites or the excessively repetitive nature of radio, here’s my personal look at using the newly refined Explore and Your Groove sections in Groove Music.

Get a 2-month free trial to Hulu's premium service from the Windows Store

Get a 2-month free trial to Hulu's premium service from the Windows Store One of the longest-running services is Hulu, which in addition to its limited free service has a premium offering that rivals the bigger players.If you download and install the Windows 10 Hulu app and sign up for the service, you can give it a nice 2-month trial.

Nintendo is now worth more than Sony thanks to 'Pokémon Go'

Nintendo is now worth more than Sony thanks to 'Pokémon Go' In dollar terms, Nintendo has added a whopping $23 billion to its value in less than two weeks.The share price increase has sent Nintendo's market capitalization — the value of the company based on its stock price — to more than $40 billion.

Maker Studios conducts round of layoffs

Maker Studios conducts round of layoffs The Disney-owned online digital entertainment company let go of a handful  of staffers on Thursday, Mashable has confirmed.However, layoffs are the latest in a slew of shake-ups at the company.

Gawker set to be bought by Univision for $135 million

Gawker set to be bought by Univision for $135 million The deal will still need to be finalized by the bankruptcy judge overseeing Gawker's case.In addition to its homegrown operations including Flama, El Rey and Fusion (which had been a joint venture with Disney until Univision bought its partner out), Univision purchased The Onion and The Root.

Rio Olympics highlight TV's messy transition to digital

Rio Olympics highlight TV's messy transition to digital Criticizing NBC's coverage is as much an Olympic tradition as the unquenchable flame and the unquenchable sex drive of Olympians.By now, you're probably well aware that ratings for the Olympics declined for the first time since 2000.

Ralph Lauren, Speedo drop Ryan Lochte following fake robbery claims

Ralph Lauren, Speedo drop Ryan Lochte following fake robbery claims Olympic athlete Ryan Lochte continues to take heat after lying about being held up at gun-point by men dressed up as police in a gas station in Rio.Following the revelation, swimwear brand Speedo has dropped Lochte and Ralph Lauren also announced they won't be renewing their contract with the athlete as well.