#255 – Calibrating Games PR & Media with Vanessa Marie


And now for something we think you’re going to enjoy: On this week’s Constantly Calibrating Podcast the full team returns, and they brought a friend & guest. That’s right, after years of thinking about it, Josh finally brought Vanessa Marie, CEO & Founder of Gamer Assault Weekly on the podcast.

Vanessa has been around the gaming industry for many years, starting as a Frag Doll (after leaving a fashion blogging career) and then moving onto gaming journalism and now PR. Yes, Josh gets to talk to another Public Relations person in the industry, this time from Novy Unlimited.

Seriously, this is a banner episode for the show and one you should not miss!

Aside for all of that the guys talk car issues and things get incredibly awkward. It’s a good time for one and all!

Topics this week included:

  • Josh’s Dream Car
  • From Fashion Blogging to Games Journalism to Games PR
  • What is a Brand Ambassador?
  • Why are we friends?
  • The E3 First Timer Tip List



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*2nd Monday of the month is “Game Cast Night”. We still converse and do topics, but we also play games. These episodes are exclusive to Mixer, to catch them live or on VOD.

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About Author

Josh Silverman (Managing Editor)

A father first, a husband second, and a gamer third and beyond*; Josh Silverman co-founded Constantly Calibrating and intends to continue over-promising and sometimes delivering for years to come. *He may also be a writer and editor somewhere in there.

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