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Gamespot Responds To Gerstmann Ouster

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Posted December 4, 2007 - By Stephen Johnson

The controversy over the end of the employment of Gamespot ex-editor Jeff Gerstmann continues.

The rumor on the internet: Gerstmann was fired from the website after Eidos complained of a bad review of Kane & Lynch: Dead Men.

Gamespot's response, attributed to "Staff, Gamespot," was posted last night at around 9 o'clock. It reads:

Due to legal constraints and the company policy of GameSpot parent CNET Networks, details of Gerstmann's departure cannot be disclosed publicly. However, contrary to widespread and unproven reports, his exit was not a result of pressure from an advertiser.

"Neither CNET Networks nor GameSpot has ever allowed its advertising business to affect its editorial content," said Greg Brannan, CNET Networks Entertainment's vice president of programming. "The accusations in the media that it has done so are unsubstantiated and untrue. Jeff's departure stemmed from internal reasons unrelated to any buyer of advertising on GameSpot."

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