When MTV launched in 1981, the first music video it played was “Video killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles. The intent was clear; the channel was going to kill off old-fashioned radio.
Down the years plenty of technologies have looked set to kill off radio: talking pictures, TV, the cassette tape, the CD, the iPod. Today it’s streaming music services like Spotify. All have so far failed.
Radio listening figures are holding up remarkably well given all the other sources of entertainment and information available.
What may surprise you is that there are plenty of venture capitalists betting big that good old, steam-age radio cannot just survive but thrive…
It's not an every day occurrence when you're on the homepage of a news website.
Back in March I was interviewed by James Fletcher of the BBC World News Service after he read my reaction post after the Cross Assault blow up. I’m really proud to have been part of this piece that I believe helps bring to light some of the issues that females in the gaming world face. I hope that you’ll take a minute (or 25) to listen and I’d love to hear what your thoughts are too.
Please note that there is foul language and some words that may be triggering. Check it out here.
Here are links to some of the other women featured in this documentary as well: