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Deborah Chantson is a writer/producer for games (including narrative design), interactive digital media, television, and short films, specializing in preschool and educational properties. Just prior to moving to California, she was Writer and Community Manager for Minority Media (Montreal) where her notable projects included writing for projects in development, co-writing the Papo & Yo Postmortem for Game Developer Magazine (Jan 2013 cover), writing for the Sony PlayStation blog, and building Minority's fan-supportive, approachable Twitter reputation. 


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Posted by Deborah Chantson on Mon, 22 Jul 2013 11:00:00 EDT in Production, Indie
In building a reputation for its meaningful and hard-hitting game subject matter, Montreal-based indie developer Minority is also building a reputation for outstanding community management. Former CM Deborah Chantson weighs in on what's important to know.

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Thanks for taking the time to write this great blog with so much detail. I 've saved the link to my Pocket account because I 'm sure I 'll be referring to it later on