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“I want to see fiery young women join the industry and change it from the ground up.” says Siobhan Reddy

Looking to make your first steps into the games industry? Siobhan Reddy from Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet) explains what she’s looking for, what it takes to get your CV noticed, and why a showreel can be so crucial for your work.  Find out more about gaming on BAFTA Guru

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What it’s like to work in the Games Industry? More on internships from BAFTA Guru.

What it’s like to work in the Games Industry? Find out with the Young Games Designer series from BAFTA. This month BAFTA chats to Christina who is an intern at Unity in Brighton, UK.

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Over 1200 join Game Careers LinkedIn networking group. Join us!

If you are a member of LinkedIn, you can now get together with over 1200 others who share the same interests.

Please link through to http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2739538 . Start a discussion, share news! Just join the group and start networking. Good luck.

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Meet Susan Gold, Founder of Global Game Jam – the world’s largest hackathon focused on game development.

Game Careers recently had the chance to speak with Susan Gold, professor of game design at Full Sail University and president of the Global Game Jam. Susan joined the faculty of Full Sail University’s Graduate in 2009, after founding the annual Global Game Jam, an experiment in creativity and innovation in game development. With more [...]

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Meet Noah Falstein, newly appointed Chief Game Designer at Google

David Smith with Game Careers recently sat down with Noah Falstein, recently announced as Chief Game Designer at Google, to talk about how to breaking into the biz as a game designer. Noah entered the game industry in 1980 as one of the first ten employees at Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts Entertainment), then went on [...]

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Jo Twist, CEO of games trade body UKIE speaks of thriving UK industry and advises on talent development.

Dr. Jo Twist, CEO of games trade body UKIE, met David Smith from Game Careers during the Develop conference in Brighton. A former journalist and content commissioner with the BBC and Channel 4, she was headhunted for this role. She tells Game Careers about the importance of UKIE for all in the games sector. Her [...]

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Gina Jackson, CEO of Women in Games Jobs speaks of exciting careers for women in the games industry.

Gina Jackson, CEO of Women in Games Jobs, met David Smith from Game Careers during the Develop conference in Brighton. A 20 year veteran of the games industry with companies like Ocean Software, Eidos and Nokia, she tells Game Careers about why the games industry offers a great career for women. “I really hope that [...]

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Chris Schmitz, Head of Production at Ubisoft Blue Byte talks to Game Careers at gamescom

Christopher Schmitz, Head of Production at Ubisoft Blue Byte talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at gamescom in Cologne. Chris joined the games industry almost 20 years ago. After many years in localization and programming, he finally turned towards producing in 2001. Christopher joined Blue Byte in 2007 as Executive Producer for the Anno [...]

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Game Careers will be interviewing industry leaders at the Develop conference 2012 in Brighton.

All the team from Game Careers and international games recruiter, Interactive Selection, will be at Develop Conference in Brighton, UK on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 July 2012. We will be interviewing all the games industry leaders for future broadcast on this site. If you would like to meet up with David Smith, Adrian Garrick, Cassandra Donnelly, [...]

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John Mamais, Executive Producer at Polish studio CD Projekt RED talks to Games Careers

John Mamais, Executive Producer at Polish developer CD Projekt RED talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at GDC Europe in Cologne, Germany. John started his career in games as a production assistant with Activision about 15 years ago, and worked at Virgin Sound and Vision, Digital Domain, Vivendi, and Acony before [...]

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