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July 2009[edit]

Please hang on; currently compiling references and citations to defend the noteworthiness of this Wikipedia article. Will post shortly. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 156.56.166.53 (talk) 23:37, 28 July 2009 (UTC)

Significantly cleaned up and properly cited the article for GameZombie TV, which was erroneously flagged for deletion. Added 20 different references to press articles and important supporting links, including the Webby Awards, Tubefilter, the Herald Times, the IU News Room, the Indiana Daily Student, NewTeeVee, WTIU, and Destructoid. Important to note, in addition to over 6,000,000 global views and two Webby Honoree Awards for Online Video, the mostly student-run GameZombie media studio (the largest employer of student interns in Bloomington, IN) possesses one of the most complete video-based game developer interview series on the web. I considered listing all of the interviews (and adding links) but the entire list, at over 150 names, might be a little overwhelming. Curious visitors can find these video lists by visiting the external links provided at the bottom and the playlist links in the references. Thanks very much. 74.204.125.219 (talk) 07:26, 29 July 2009 (UTC)Cody Toothman, Bloomington, IN