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@csl316: As a media consultant and having been on the otherside of a shitstorm for another entertainment brand, I have personally seen coverage for a new product launch and then forwarded it to the brand managers with the message "look, business as usual, nothing to worry about". Whatever Giant Bomb's stance is (and I know what it is), I said it was tone-deaf to upload this at a time when you have, say, the Editor-in-Chief of Kotaku making editorials like this: https://kotaku.com/as-wwe-monitors-the-saudi-arabia-situation-i-m-cance-1829717201 At the very least it could have been addressed in a note on the video or in the notes, but instead it was exactly the type of thing I used to look out for: "business as usual".

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@alex: Hi Alex, I understand. I think yesterday there was a bombardment of press turning against Saudi Arabia's various international interests, including a few wrestling sites (I think WhatCulture was the loudest), but then I realised you would have a release schedule so it was completely separate to that. It's an interesting time for WWE now, as a franchise. I hope the propaganda they're inserting into the shows gets given the boot, though it'll be purely for optics and political reasons, and not moral.

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Not to cause a fuss, but I feel Giant Bomb have been completely tone-deaf in publishing this video, when WWE's flashy new partners have been formally accused of murdering and dismembering a journalist.

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