CEO Corner: Video game on

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December 11, 2011, 10:03 pm
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(NECN) - We take a close look at Massachusetts' two billion dollar video games industry with Tim Loew, executive director of the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute and Ken Surdan, vice president of operations at Turbine, where they have 30 job openings.  

How are students being trained for this work, what kind of jobs are there, and what do people who work at video game companies do all day? It's a blending of art and science, creativity and technology.  And it's the fastest growing segment of the entertainment industry.

Tags: Peter Howe, CEO Corner, Tim Loew, Massachusetts Digital Games Institute, Ken Surdan, Turbine
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