launches Power List

Intent Media today launches the Power List, a new print magazine which will celebrate the top licensed properties of the year.

Published in association with miEvents, the glossy book will be launched at the Brand Licensing Europe event at Olympia on October 15th, where and miEvents (which is a division of the miPR Group) will also host a party to celebrate the Power List. will survey 200 executives from all areas of the licensing business (including brand owners, licensees, retailers, licensing agents, media and events firms), asking them to choose their top properties from the character and entertainment, brands, sports and art and design sectors. They will be asked to take into account criteria including commercial impact, creativity, innovation, longevity and retail presence.

The Power List will also be inserted in the November issue of ToyNews, and the corresponding issues of weekly sister titles MCV and Music Week.

The launch of the new annual publication comes as celebrates its fifth anniversary, with a new-look site due to launch imminently.

Lisa Carter, publisher of, said: “We’re excited to be launching the first print publication under the moniker. The past 12 months have been a great time for the licensing industry, with established and new brands reaching ever increasing audiences.

“The Power List will aim to promote these licences further as the standard bearers in this fast-moving and exciting sector.”

Kirsty Barr, MD of miPR and miEvents added: “Congratulations on five years of It’s an honour for miEvents to be the Headline Sponsor of the inaugural Power List book and Party in October. Licensing continues to grow year on year and it is only fitting that we acknowledge and commend the brands, individuals and categories which demonstrate innovation, creativity and passion within this great industry. We look forward to working with Intent Media on the Power List and Party over the coming months.”

For further information on the Power List, contact


Who’s who of UK game developers available now

A brand-new book published by Intent Media names the top 100 games development studios working in the UK.

The Develop 100 is written by the team behind Develop (, the must-read monthly magazine and website for games developers across Europe and around the world.

Plus, the free book includes a comprehensive list of all the games studios in the Great Britain – the first time a directory like this has been made widely available. 

A survey of studios on the list showed that smartphones and PC/Mac were the most popular platforms to make games for. Four out of every five UK games studios are making games for iPad or iPhone and over half are making games for PC. 

Other key findings in the research show that 113 new UK games studios opened for business in the last 18 months, with games dev clusters in London and Scotland.

Develop 100 is published in association with Ukie, the UK games trade body for publishers and developers.

The Develop 100 can be found within the Develop magazine app on the Apple Newsstand, and is completely free for a limited time.

You can also view it in your browser here.

You can also find a browser version at

Sourcebook 2013: Key guide to games services and agencies is out now

This year’s edition of Sourcebook, the essential guide to agencies and service companies working in games, technology and entertainment, is out now.

Over 10,000 copies of the print edition have been inserted into this week’s MCV and selected reader codes of sister brands Develop and PCR.

A digital copy of the Sourcebook is available online at Or you can view the book via the MCV iPad app, or read it online here.

The guide covers sectors such as Creative & Promotional, Gaming Accessories and Merchandise, International Distribution, Legal Services, Localisation, QA & Testing, Recruitment, Distribution, Cloud, Web Services & Infrastructure businesses, Monetisation & Payment providers, Regional Associations, Game Studios, Game Technology vendors and Research outfits.

There is also a new section listing freelancers and work-for-hire studios in the UK and Europe.

Sourcebook showcases the leading players across each sector, offering a snapshot of the resources on offer, plus client history and contact details.

A full list of the companies featured in Sourcebook 2013 is available below.


Creative & Promotional Services

AngelFire Creative



Dead Good Media

Fink Creative


Game Room

Generation Media

Indigo Pearl

Kennedy Monk




Premier Communications

Savalas Sound


Small Japanese Soldier

Somebody Else

studio CO2

Studio Diva

That Video Company

The Audio Guys

The Trailerfarm

Wave Recording Studios



Gaming Accessories

Game Technologies

Performance Designed Products

That Distribution Company

Turtle Beach

VIP Computers


International Distribution

Click Entertainment Limited

Curveball Leisure


Vogue Distribution


Legal Services

Harbottle & Lewis


Localisation, QA and Testing


Keywords International

Testronic Labs

Triple A Testing


Universally Speaking

VMC Game Labs


Manufacturing Services


Multi Media Replication

OK Media

Sony DADC Austria AG


Monetisation & Payment

Adcash Advertising Network


InComm Europe



Aardvark Swift


Portfolio Recruit

Specialmove Consultancy

Wayforward Recruitment


Software Development

Tragnarion Studios

Vicon Motion Systems


UK Distribution & Logistics

Koch Media

Link Distribution (UK)


Web Services Infrastructure


For more information about Sourcebook, call Jennie Lane on +44 (0) 1992 535 647, or

NYC Television Week Launches Website

NEW YORK, NY (July 17, 2013) — Presenting partners NewBay Media, publisher of Broadcasting & Cable, Multichannel News, Next TV and TV Technology, and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), producer of NAB Show®, have announced the launch of the official NYC Television Week website at Here, visitors can learn more about all of the events taking place during NYC Television Week from October 28-30 at the Waldorf Astoria and Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.

Visitors can also register for the particular events they choose — all at early-bird discounts until September 15, 2013. There are many special package programs available, which are detailed at

Other NYC Television Week developments include the additions of Sony as a Founding Sponsor and the “TV on Wall Street” conference, presented by NAB as a financial forum for top-level media executives that will focus on the challenges and opportunities of abundant content choices and the influence of anywhere-anytime viewing on the bottom line.

“The website provides a great overview of the event, and further details will be added as they become available,” states Louis Hillelson, VP/Group Publisher, NewBay Media. “I encourage all television industry professionals to visit often and register as soon as possible to enjoy our discounts and ensure their place, because space is limited.”

NYC Television Week 2013 uniquely covers the breadth of today’s dynamic TV industry — from broadcast to cable, satellite to internet video, and beyond. NYC Television Week’s featured events include the State of Television, the B&C Hall of Fame, the TV Summit — including a “Solutions Center” with industry exhibitors — and TV on Wall Street, as well as several networking events that engage the diversity of talent and roles that make today’s TV business one of the world’s most exciting industries.

NYC Television Week is actively seeking additional partners, sponsors, exhibitors and speakers.

• For information on partnership and sponsorship opportunities, contact Louis Hillelson at 917-231-4730 or

• For speaking opportunities, contact Jennifer Ware at 917-281-4718 or

• For exhibit opportunities, contact Will Beaty at 202-429-5429 or

For more information, visit

NewBay Media is positioned at the center of the world’s most dynamic industries—Music, AV/Pro Audio, Consumer Electronics/Gaming, Video & Broadcast, and Education. We connect and inform millions of constituents in these industries through our award-winning content, integrated media capabilities, and high-profile network-building and informative events. NewBay proudly serves some of the broadest BtoB professional and music enthusiast communities in the world through over 60 print and digital publications, 100 integrated web and mobile applications, 75 conferences and conventions, custom marketing services and e-commerce capabilities. Find out more at

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Develop honours top games studios at 2013 Award ceremony

Eighteen different companies claimed key accolades at the Develop Industry Excellence Awards, held in Brighton this week.

Winners hailed from across Europe – and indeed around the world as the Development Legend was handed to the co-founders of Epic Games. 

Supercell, the Finnish studio responsible for multi-million-dollars-a-day iOS cash cow Clash of Clans was the only company to take two of the peer-voted prizes home, for New IP and then the nod for Independent studio.

Epic Games’s Unreal Engine took the Engine prize voted for by developers while the Legend prize, chosen by the Develop team, was handed to leaders Tim Sweeney and Mark Rein.

Elsewhere the majority of the awards went to UK studios after a strong year for games businesses in all forms – independent, online/social, mobile and console – with wins for Peter Molyneux’s 22 Cans, Sony London Studio, Fireproof Games and Boss Alien. Plus Candy Crush Saga firm King was honoured for Business Development.  

Two projects that used crowdfunding won top prizes too: Thomas Was alone (Use of Narrative) and Oculus Rift (Technical Innovation). Kickstarter itself was awarded Publishing Hero.

 The full list of winners can be found below.




Clash of Clans – Supercell



Angry Birds Star Wars – Rovio



Crysis 3 – Crytek



Wonderbook: Book of Spells – London Studio



Thomas Was Alone – Mike Bithell (pictured above)



Kickstarter UK 



Curiosity – 22Cans



Oculus Rift – Oculus VR



Unity Technologies



Unreal Engine – Epic Games






Realtime UK – Wargaming trailers



Side – Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch






Fireproof Games









Boss Alien



Playground Games



Tim Sweeney & Mark Rein, Epic Games


Event partners include Platinum Partners Crytek, Deep Silver and Microsoft, Gold Partners Testronic, Amiqus, UKIE, Perforce Software, Sumo Digital and Pitbull Studio, Drinks Reception Partner NaturalMotion Games, Table Gift Partner OPM Recruitment, Event Partners Nova Scotia Business Inc and Playmob, and Award Partner ARM.

Installation launches new Showcase conference event

Installation is proud to present a new concept in case study-led conferences for the installed AV market. Installation Showcase makes its debut on 5 November 2013 at BAFTA on London’s Piccadilly.

Installation Showcase is a new kind of conference event for the AV industry. It is based around case study presentations in a particular market sector, which is different every time the event takes place. After all the presentations – given by integrators, consultants or clients – are completed, the audience members have their say by voting for the project that they feel scores highest on innovation, value for money and wow factor. The winning projects receive awards.

The first Installation Showcase is devoted to entertainment venues – such as stadia, arenas, theatres, auditoria, concert halls and cinemas. Questions likely to be addressed include:

• How do you ensure that venues are suitably equipped for multi-purpose use?
• How are the audio and video networking decisions arrived at?
• How is futureproofing achieved?

In addition to the case studies, panel discussions will provide an opportunity to discuss and debate some of the wider issues affecting AV integration projects.

“Installation Showcase provides a great opportunity to explore the detail of integration projects in key sectors,” said Paddy Baker, Editor of Installation. “The voting format introduces a competitive element which provides an element of fun, but should also keep the presenters on their toes.”

We’ll have more details of the programme for Installation Showcase: Entertainment during the coming weeks. There’s also a dedicated website for the event, which will be updated over the coming weeks.

Various sponsorship opportunities are available – please contact Ian Graham or Les Wood on +44 (0)20 7354 6000.

New face for MI Pro

MI Pro has a new member of its editorial team, with former Audio Pro International editor Daniel Gumble joining.

Previously editor of Mobile Entertainment, Gumble replaces Jory Mackay who, after a nine-month stint as staff writer is moving to Intent Media’s London office as deputy editor on sister mag, Audio Media.

MI Pro managing editor, Ronnie Dungan, commented: “Whilst I’m sorry to lose Jory, who did a fantastic job in his short stint on the mag, in Dan I now have a deputy editor who has the skills and experience to make it a seamless transition and continue to improve the product both in print and online.”

PCR restructures editorial team

PCR has hired two new senior members of staff.

Andrew Wooden (right) takes on the role of managing editor, while Dominic Sacco (left) has joined as editor.

Wooden will lead PCR’s strategy and develop new business opportunities for the publication, while Sacco will oversee editorial content and direction of the print title and website.

Wooden returns to PCR after spending a year and a half as news editor at Future Publishing’s technology title T3 and Prior to that, he worked at Intent Media for six years.

Sacco moves across from Intent Media’s sister publications ToyNews and, where he held the position of deputy editor. He formerly worked at Intent’s gaming publication MCV after a two-year stint at Auto Trader.

Laura Barnes remains on PCR as staff writer, with Intent Media currently recruiting a fourth member of the editorial team.

Former PCR editor Helen French takes on the role of Digital Producer for Intent Media, where she will be working on the publisher’s digital strategy. 

The changes on the team come as executive sales manager Carly Bailey heads off on maternity leave, with Rob Baker taking on the role of acting sales manager and Carole Eagles joining as associate sales manager.

“We’re delighted to welcome Andrew back to PCR as managing editor and to appoint Dominic as editor,” said PCR publisher Lisa Carter. 

“After a successful second PCR Boot Camp event recently, it’s an exciting time for the title going forward as we look to grow and expand our print and online offering, as well as investigate additional brand extensions.”

For editorial enquiries, email, and

For sales enquiries, email or

NewBay Media Launches

NEW YORK, NY (July 2, 2013) — NewBay Media has announced the launch of, which delivers curated news, trends, and how-to information for technology and AV decision makers in higher-education institutions. is designed to save time — and be the home page — for the higher-ed tech/AV community, featuring curated content with perspective and new material from an editorial team that includes University instructors, technology editors, MOOC developers, AV/IT managers, CTS professionals, and University CMS.

“ is the Huffington Post for the higher-ed technology community,” states Adam Goldstein, EVP/Group Publishing Director, NewBay Media. “This is the only site they will need to visit to find out what is important in the world of higher-ed tech, complete with original editorial perspective on why each story matters.” is produced by Tech & Learning, the #1 K-12 ed-tech publication for over 30 years, and AV Technology, the #1 electronic communications read for end users in higher ed and enterprise. Both titles are published by NewBay Media.

“EduWire will be the home page for every stakeholder in the higher education ecosystem — technology managers in IT and AV, media technicians, integrators, professors, e-learning developers, and instructional designers,” states Margot Douaihy, editor of NewBay Media’s AV Technology and On|Off Campus. “Our curated approach connects readers with the most important ed tech developments of the day, and our commentary places the news, products, and tutorials in context.”

“We have found more and more crossover technologies between the K-12 and higher-ed space,” says Tech & Learning’s Editorial Director Kevin Hogan. “From MOOCs to big data to re-envisioning classroom spaces, the lines of learning have blurred. The editors of EduWire intend to track this change.”

A daily EduWire eNewsletter will be delivered to over 25,000 opted-in subscribers, offering readers a summation of the most critical news and trends in the higher-ed tech arena. will curate critical content for MOOC, Education Technology, Flip Classrooms, Learning Management Systems, Web 2.0, Pedagogy, Lecture Capture, Distance Learning, Classroom Audio, Classroom Video, Education Apps, Streaming, Control Systems, IT, and Security.

For information on EduWire’s content, contact Margot Douaihy at

For information on advertising on or the daily EduWire news, contact:

For more information on EduWire, visit

NewBay Media is positioned at the center of the world’s most dynamic industries—Music, AV/Pro Audio, Consumer Electronics/Gaming, Video & Broadcast, and Education. We connect and inform millions of constituents in these industries through our award-winning content, integrated media capabilities, and high-profile network-building and informative events. NewBay proudly serves some of the broadest BtoB professional and music enthusiast communities in the world through over 60 print and digital publications, 100 integrated web and mobile applications, 75 conferences and conventions, custom marketing services and e-commerce capabilities. Find out more at

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PCR Boot Camp 2013: Watch the video highlights

More than 250 technology retailers and resellers from across the UK visited this year’s PCR Boot Camp event on Wednesday May 29th.

Held at The Brewery, London, PCR Boot Camp was a one-day conference and expo about networking, seeing new products and improving business.

The speakers at the morning conference at The Brewery, London – including ex-BRC boss Stephen Robertson and SEO expert John Straw – showed there are still plenty of opportunities in the channel for savvy dealers. Meanwhile vendors from Microsoft to Philips and Prestigio showcased the new products that could be the key to industry’s future during the exhibition in the afternoon. 

Here are the video highlights:

The day was rounded off by an After-Show Drinks Reception sponsored by Micro-P. where retailers could let their hair down, have a drink, and pick up VIP goody bags that included a free Jabra Bluetooth Solemate speaker worth £150.

PCR’s publisher Lisa Carter commented: “Seeing the return of last year’s attendees and lots of new faces was hugely satisfying. We hope they took home lots of information and practical advice, and most of all just had a really good day for doing business with everyone in the channel. Keep an eye out for when we announce next year’s dates – we hope to see you all again.”

A wide range of companies took part in the expo, including headline partner Microsoft, platinum partners Prestigio, Entatech, Micro-P, Gem Distribution, Westcoast and JP Distribution, Prestigio, Avnet; gold partners Hama, Wasp, TP-LINK, KMS Components, Plantronics, VIP Computers, Genius, Hannspree, Philips, AOC, SanDisk, Synaxon; and event partners CompTIA, Brigantia, Synology, Exponential-E and Jam 2Day.

For more information about PCR Boot Camp 2013, or to enquire about next year’s event, contact or call 1992 535 646.