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Future vet Binns launches Network N

James Binns, formerly of Future Publishing, has launches his new venture this morning, known as Network N.

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James Binns headlines

  • All change: James Binns quits Future, Richard Keith returns

    James Binns, head of Edge and PC gaming at Future, will leave the company on Friday to concentrate on other projects, reports GamesIndustry.

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  • Tim Clark to head up Future's Games portfolio content

    Future Publishing’s announced that ex-Official PlayStation Magazine editor-in-chief Tim Clark is to become the company’s new EiC of its gaming arm.

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  • Future strengthens games portfolio with new senior appointments

    Future has announced the appointment of James Binns as Head of Edge International and PC Gaming and Simon Maxwell as Group Publisher, Console and Online.

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  • Future mags down, down, down

    Apart from Edge. Which is up less than half a percent year-on-year.

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  • Confirmed - Future closes PSW

    Future has confirmed to VG247 that longstanding UK PlayStation mag PSW has closed. It had a final ABC of 24,118. The publisher has redeployed one member of the team within the business and is currently in consultation with the magazine’s other four team members. “It’s always incredibly sad when we close a title as established […]

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  • Future blames cost-cutting for lack of ABCs

    Future games portfolio boss James Binns has told VG247 that the publisher’s decision to not audit its magazines this summer is a matter of saving money. “We’re not auditing our Games portfolio this half-year – instead we will be publishing full year figures for Jan-Dec 09 at the start of 2010,” said the exec. “On […]

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  • Binns: Edge Online changes to give "more flexibility in news gathering"

    Edge publishing director James Binns said today that moving control of Edge Online to the UK from San Francisco and installing a new editor and news ed would allow for “effective planning and more flexibility in news gathering”. Former EIC Colin Cambell left the site on Friday, as did staffers Kris Graft and Rob Crossley. […]

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  • Future renames GamesRadar for Lara launch, gets in muddle over review scores

    GamesRadar‘s been renamed TombRadar for today as a marketing thing to celebrate the release of Tomb Raider: Underworld. “Tomb Raider: Underworld is a great game, well worth the 9/10 scores it is picking up across gaming websites and magazines,” said James Binns, Future’s publishing director. “Getting the message out there on launch day is essential […]

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