Glixel At Rolling Stone Winds Down While Variety’s Disclosure Issues Rise Up

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If you’ve noticed a stark lack of content coming out of the Rolling Stone’s gaming experiment called Glixel, it’s because the site is winding down support as some of the key content producers have been moved over to Variety to cover the games beat. The last published post on Glixel was published back on April 6th, 2018, titled “Here’s What’s Coming To Summer Games Done Quick”. Since then the site hasn’t been updated. Continue reading “Glixel At Rolling Stone Winds Down While Variety’s Disclosure Issues Rise Up”

Rolling Stone Shuts Down San Francisco Glixel Office, Lays Off Team

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Video game journalism just couldn’t cut it for the Glixel office operating out of San Francisco, California. The spin-off gaming outlet from the Rolling Stone Magazine was recently shuttered and the team was laid off. Continue reading “Rolling Stone Shuts Down San Francisco Glixel Office, Lays Off Team”

Unethical Journalism May Cost Rolling Stone $7.5 Million

“Ethics in journalism” has been mocked by enthusiast and mainstream media journalists alike. They lied about #GamerGate calling it a “harassment campaign” based on nothing but hearsay, and defamed anyone who wanted better ethics in media journalism; they thought they could libel and defame their way to fame, and that no matter how many lies they told it would all be accepted under the banner of fighting for Social Justice. Well, Rolling Stone learned the hard (and expensive) way that being an SJW and ignoring facts to push an agenda, libel people and defame them, comes at a cost… a $7.5 million dollar cost. Continue reading “Unethical Journalism May Cost Rolling Stone $7.5 Million”

E-Mails Reveal Rolling Stone Editors Knew UVA Rape Story Was Fake

The court case involving the suit against Rolling Stone for running the highly defamatory story involving a gang rape case at the University of Virginia – a story that turned out to be fake – took an interesting turn when e-mails came to light showing that the original author of the story, Sabrina Rubin Erdely, had gone to other Rolling Stone editors to contest the veracity of the victim’s story. Continue reading “E-Mails Reveal Rolling Stone Editors Knew UVA Rape Story Was Fake”