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Plus, Scottish police chief blames violent games for knife attack and Gearbox rubbishes lawsuit against Aliens Colonial MarinesA selection of links, hand-picked by the Guardian games writers.Star Wars: Disney, EA sign multi-year publishing deal | VG247EA has announced that it has signed an exclusive multi-year publishing deal with The Walt...
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EA Will Make A Bunch Of New Star Wars Games For Disney (EA, DIS)

Disney's Star Wars Games Solution: Electronic Arts

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The force is strong with EA. Or it will be soon enough. Electronic Arts and The Walt Disney Corporation announced on Monday a new, multi-year licensing agreement, allowing EA to develop and globally publish games based on Star Wars, every nerd’s favorite franchise (Trekkies aside, that is). “Every developer dreams...
Disney's Star Wars Games Solution: Electronic Arts

New BBC chief vows to re-invent content, not just re-purpose it

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The BBC’s new director-general has vowed to merge TV, radio and online teams so that the the corporation creates “genuinely digital content for the first time”. The BBC is often thought of as an online exemplar. In fact, the big digital ideology of the the last several years has been making...
New BBC chief vows to re-invent content, not just re-purpose it

Disney and Electronic Arts cut an exclusive deal for multi-year Star Wars game license

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Electronic Arts (EA) and The Walt Disney Company have announced a multi-year video game agreement for the Star Wars franchise. The deal will allow EA to develop and publish new Star Wars titles across multiple interactive platforms. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed. Disney Interactive’s Co-President John Pleasants...
Disney and Electronic Arts cut an exclusive deal for multi-year Star Wars game license

Electronic Arts beats street for Q4 on decent game sales with $1.04 billon in revenue and EPS of $0.55

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Today Electronic Arts (EA) reported its fourth quarter financial performance, including revenue of $1.04 billon and earnings per share of $0.55. Analysts had expected the company to earn $0.50 per share on revenue of $1 billion. With analyst expectations beat by a margin, EA is doing slightly better than expected, but that doesn’t mean...
Electronic Arts beats street for Q4 on decent game sales with $1.04 billon in revenue and EPS of $0.55
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