Good morning gamers!
I’m Jem Alexander — it’s a pleasure to (virtually) meet you all! As Charlotte has already told you, I’m going to be managing PlayStation.Blog from here on out, thanks to the overwhelming response we’ve had to the blog since its launch almost three months ago.
I’ll be working closely with the US team and taking advantage of the resources at my disposal here at SCEE to provide you with the best European PlayStation.Blog experience possible – this includes the rollout to the French, Italian, German and Spanish territories in the future. I couldn’t have picked a busier time to start, what with Gamescom in Cologne taking place next week, but give me some time to settle in and I’ll be with you in the comments section in no time. So keep commenting, because we read every one.
Bit shy? Send us an email. Link’s on the sidebar. We try to respond as much as possible, but sometimes we’re too busy sourcing awesome content for your personal blog consumption.
In terms of my background, I’ve come straight from working at Joystiq, where I was for over two years. During that time I specialised in writing about PlayStation products and services. What this means for you is that I know the PlayStation fanbase intimately, having been a member of it myself for over a decade, as well as the PlayStation product portfolio, so I’ll be making sure you guys get the best, most relevant content coming your way.
That’s going to start next week with our Gamescom coverage. Our schedule is packed full of interviews, announcements and other content which we’ll be bringing you from the show floor. If you’re at the show, come say hi! I’ll be the one in the stripy shirt, looking overwhelmed.
I look forward to meeting you guys at various meet ups in the future. Until then, stick with PlayStation.Blog – both the US and EU versions. Jeff, Chris and I have big plans.