Though Will Wright is most famous for creating the games SimCity, The Sims, and Spore, he has long had an interest in television. As far back as 2003, he had signed a deal to make a television show for Fox that never materialized. Last year, he quit his Maxis studio to found Stupid Fun Club, a think tank dedicated to projects in various forms of entertainment. Will Wright's first TV project unveiled - News at GameSpot
Games 'have arrived as a mass medium' - Al Gore - News at GameSpot For years, former Vice President Al Gore has been an outspoken advocate for curbing climate change. He has also dabbled in established media, heading up the youth-oriented cable news channel Current TV . Now, the ex-executive is championing a new form of media: games. Today at the 2011 Games for Change Festival at New York University (as relayed by industry site Gamasutra ), Gore delivered a speech, which, contrary to many politicians, celebrated games as a form of expression. "Games have clearly arrived as a mass medium," Gore said. "This is a very large, extremely significant industry with a wildly diverse and rapidly growing audience of players on all kinds of platforms.
Education Innovators Showcase The Venture Capital in Education Summit 2011 will once again hold an Education Innovators Showcase.
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