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Submitted by Foolsjoker 842d ago | opinion piece

Press, Pockets and PR: The Ethics of Media Relationships

As E3 edges nearer, the involvement the press has with developers and PR is growing by the day. So the Daily Reaction crew of Sebastian Moss and Dan Oravasaari do a Q&A on whether or not the media needs to start drawing lines in their relationships, if freebies are tainting reviews and if sponsored ads influence the industry. (Industry, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Foolsjoker  +   842d ago
Looking at that pic makes me hope he charged his ring.
doctorstrange  +   842d ago
In brightest day, in blackest night,
No evil shall escape my si-whuuu! Batman, what are you doing?
knifefight  +   842d ago
If he didn't looks like he's getting something else charged FOR him X_x
TrendyGamers  +   842d ago
Good article!
Flavor  +   842d ago
This article misses the boat by a few decades... the PR industry has always been synergizing with various forms of entertainment/news/events to sell products and shape perceptions.

Take a look at the Today Show or Good Morning America.. they are just paid product placement. Been going on since the dawn of TV.

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