After gamespot, a famous foreign game media, was acquired by red ventures, there was a wave of layoffs, but the specific number was unknown. Ashley Oh, senior social producer of gamespot; will Fulton, brand content editor; Edmond tran, editor and video producer of Australia; Jess MCDONELL, host and producer; and Tony Wilson, producer and presenter, all announced their departures on twitter, which is linked to the media’s recent acquisition by red ventures. < / P > < p > “since gamespot / CNET was sold, I don’t know if I still have a job in a month. If there is a position in a company that needs a person who is good at storytelling, writing and editing, please contact me.” Fulton foresaw this on September 17, before leaving, and officially announced his departure on October 8. < p > < p > Red ventures last month bought CNET media group, which includes Metacritic, giant bomb and CNET for $500 million. In an interview with the media about the layoffs, the company said it would “retain the vast majority” of its employees, a euphemism for layoffs. < / P > < p > “as part of the red ventures acquisition agreement, the company will retain the vast majority of CNET media group’s employees and assets under the red ventures business map. The agreement has not yet been finalized, and we are unable to provide further information at this time in order to protect the privacy of employees. ” [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States

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