All Games Network (www.allgames.com) is one of the first video game communities on the Internet launching in 1996 as a place to get gaming news (blogging before it was blogging) and hear interviews with game developers via Real Audio. (podcasting before it was podcasting) From 1995-1997 All Games Network Founder and Host Scot Rubin produced Game Time! a daily talk show featuring game reviews, previews, and in depth interviews with CEO's, game designers, programmers, artists, musicians, and gamers from around the world.
In 1998 Scot sold All Games Network to webcasting pioneer Pseudo.com and became Vice President of Games and Sports. In that capacity he expanded AGN programming to include shows like Combat Reporter Live, Shooters, Lillith & Eve, Inside The PGL, The Real Fantasy Football Show, and All Games Hardware. Rubin would continue to host Game Time! for 2 years producing more than 700 hours of interactive talk programming about games. Rubin also became Vice President of the QB Club Channel, a net-tv channel about NFL Players launched as a joint venture with the NFL.
Webcasting from the state of the art studios in SOHO New York, All Games Network delivered more than 25,000 video streams each week to viewers in 100+ countries around the world. All Games Network was also the first to provide live video coverage from the annual industry trade event E3 from 1998-2000.
In 2000 All Games Network became a prototype for television network G4, as Comcast hired Scot Rubin and the All Games Network team to develop the video game network. In 2002 G4tv was born and Rubin served as Vice President while creating, producing, and hosting G4tv.com, the network's interacive talk show.
In 2005, G4 dropped the bulk of its videogame content and Rubin re-launched allgames.com as portal for independant content creators to distribute their podcasts through All Games Radio. With more than 15 original programs and dozens of live interactive talk shows, All Games Radio is the leading distributor of talk programming about video games.