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La rete al centro dei nuovi linguaggi e delle nuove pratiche audiovisive. Possono le culture partecipative diventare i nuovi propulsori dell'innovazione linguistica?
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Transmedia transnational video journalism: Paul Levinson at TEDxSaintPetersUniversity

"Paul Levinson is a professor of Communications and Media Studies at Fordham University. He has authored numerous nonfiction and science-fiction books whose themes revolve around the history and the future of communications media, the First Amendment, the importance of space exploration, and popular cultural themes."

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quote: You Can Change The World

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Sync'd up thinking - The Ideal Transmedia Parallel Production Process

Sync'd up thinking - The Ideal Transmedia Parallel Production Process | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Tweet Alongside my day job for the past couple of years and various labs and seminars I have been involved in, one thing that keeps coming up is 'why is the process for making multiplatform so complicated / varied / mysterious / technical'.

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Binary Racoon's comment, June 20, 2013 11:52 AM
to add to what Gary mentions, we see that loop mainly in social and online games: publish­->listen->adjust->publish...
Binary Racoon's comment, June 20, 2013 11:55 AM
this structure allows to always make improvement based on users feedbacks and behavior. basically, is to see your "product" as a service. The launch of the product is a new beginning. for lot of people, the real work starts there.
Tom Dolan's comment, June 21, 2013 12:06 PM
I'd also say that for too many developers "launched" is the same as "finished". Working with them to understand why a TV entertainment format has twists in weeks five and nine etc can pay dividends in more adaptable sites and frameworks.
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The New Evidentiary Cinema

Talk delivered at UC Santa Cruz, Department of Film & Digital Media, February 1, 2013

 

Rick Prelinger is an archivist, writer and filmmaker, and founder of the Prelinger Archives, a collection of 60,000 advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur films acquired by the Library of Congress in 2002 after 20 years' operation.

[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Prelinger]

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Interesting thoughts on issues such as archives, home movies and partecipatory archives projects by one of my heroes. A great presentation.

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Cinderella 2.0: Transmedia Storytelling

"This short film, created by our Madrid office, is a tutorial for storytelling, brand content and transmedia. It illustrates Draftfcb's commitment to creating powerful creative ideas that work seamlessly across a variety of media touch points to connect with consumers."

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Why it’s time to rethink visual storytelling on the web from the bottom up

Why it’s time to rethink visual storytelling on the web from the bottom up | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

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I AM NOT SAYING WE SHOULD STOP DOING ONLINE VIDEO.BUT I AM WONDERING IF THERE IS A WHOLE NEW MEDIUM WAITING TO BE INVENTED?

 

I'm thinking of something visual, built of and for the web. It uses the internet to its greatest strengths, not just as a platform for other media.

 

Amazing stories, fiction and non-fiction, that come alive, not because of flashy interactivity or glossy photography, but because they embrace the true nature of the web.

 

It's something built with the context and expectations of a laptop, tablet or smartphone user in mind.

 

It's canvas is not the screen, but the web browser and its perhaps its technicians are developers (as opposed to the chemists and engineers of cinema and television). It's simple, about substance, not style. Perhaps its subcompact. Or maybe it's epic.


Via Karen Dietz
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Visual Storytelling as a web-native form. An inspiring thought.

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malek's curator insight, May 15, 2013 7:47 PM

Getting visual...sounds interesting.

cyneth's curator insight, May 16, 2013 4:23 PM

Adam Westbrook is proposing a new idea for visual storytelling on the web.

As technology becomes more pervasive and immersive, artists are sensing limitless possibilities on the horizon. Adam invites developers, designers, artists and storytellers to engage in a conversation around new ideas.

Jonathan Rattray Clark's curator insight, May 16, 2013 4:47 PM

bottoms up

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Spaghetti Transmedia: LE LOGICHE DEL TRANSMEDIA (by Henry Jenkins) reinterpretate (ITALIAN STYLE) da SVEVA WIQUEL!!

Spaghetti Transmedia: LE LOGICHE DEL TRANSMEDIA (by Henry Jenkins) reinterpretate (ITALIAN STYLE) da SVEVA WIQUEL!! | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

Henry Jenkins, the father of Transmedia, wrote for the first time the TRANSMEDIA LOGICS OF ENGAGEMENT...but...what about the italian point of view?

Tips: full screen and move with the flashes.

 


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Multimedia & Visual Storytelling: The Start of a Conversation, part 3

"This is the third video in a five-part series about multimedia and visual storytelling which talks about how multimedia is being published and distributed. These…"

 

Check out the original site : http://mediastorm.com/blog/2013/04/26/an-in-depth-look-at-multimedia-trends-around-the-world/

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Molto interessante anche "Visual Storytelling in the Age of
Post-Industrialist Journalism" (da p. 35) http://bit.ly/15fkSbv 

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Transmedia Storytelling

This deck has been created by me for my post "Transmedia Storytelling: Creating Worlds with Fans" published on SEOmoz on the 23rd of April 2013.
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Videos for Transmedia Hollywood 4: Spreading Change

Videos for Transmedia Hollywood 4: Spreading Change | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"This year’s focus was on models of social change, and we were excited to see a conversation emerge across the four panels, starting with panel 1′s focus on the community outreach efforts of major brands and studios, panel 2′s focus on smaller scale transmedia projects and entertainment education, panel 3′s attention to grassroots activist efforts, and panel 4′s consideration of young entrepreneurs and philanthropists"

 

by Henry Jenkins for his blog

 

Panel 1 Revolutionary Advertising: Cultivating Cultural Movements

Panel 2 Transmedia For a Change

Panel 3: Through Any Media Necessary: Activism in a DIY Culture

Panel 4 The e-Entrepreneur as the New Philanthropist

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Big blow for those interested in transmedia: approximately seven hours of video documenting four panels ...

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Is "Open" Still Enough? Reacting to new threats and old prejudices - Posscon 2013 Keynote

"In the open source world we know why we put our time and efforts into the larger goals we try to achieve. We successfully showed that the barriers and lock-ins of the past don't hold up in the test of time and got even the enemies of old to release their code.

 

This made us lax and we can be seen as hard to talk to and deal with. We seem to have quite a strong lack of empathy for people who don't "get" open and our behaviour can lead to a lot of opportunities to go wasted.

 

Times change and the new mobile computing world and closed app markets give end users an incredibly alluring world of simplicity - a world that is built on lock-in, afford-ability and making the user the product. A world that the open alternatives to date can not match when it comes to simplicity and shininess.


Mozilla, amongst others, is battling this change by offering a truly open alternative called Firefox OS. In this keynote Chris Heilmann will show how open can still win the minds and hearts of the main market and what we as an open source community can do to avoid the future to be behind shiny and yet sturdy bars and locks."

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FoST Virtual Roundtable: Lance Weiler, Tiffany Shlain and Yael Meladmede

Award-winning filmmaker Lance Weiler hangs out with Tiffany Shlain (filmmaker; Founder, the Webby Awards) and Yael Meladmede (Filmmaker, SALTY Features) to discuss new kinds of content creation. Do classic filmmaking conventions still have a place within gaming and interactive storytelling experiences?

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Business models New models/logics of production, distribution and exhibition

 

PANEL DISCUSSION InterDocsBarcelona organized by Arnau Gifreu

Wednesday May 29th

Sandra Gaudenzi (UK)

Arnaud Dressen (FR)

Alexandre Brachet (FR)

Ricardo Villa (SP)

 

via i-Docs: http://bit.ly/1a7Elwz

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Why public broadcasting? Full EBU Documentary Group keynote speech

Why public broadcasting? Full EBU Documentary Group keynote speech | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

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"After having been offered a wider choice, the audience now got a louder voice. They could actually start to communicate with the television makers and let them know whether they liked what they saw... or not! The person that television had been working for over a 50 years period – the viewer – now became the “consumer”. Enter on stage: the marketeers!


Changes… yes, but all in all it was still an evolution, although one that started to seriously undermine the certainties that had always been the cornerstone of the relation with the audience. By the turn of the century, these changes became really disruptive. Television became business and the first victim of that evolution was the public broadcasting service.

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Very Cool Post: A Crash Course On How Mobile Apps Are Changing Storytelling | The Creators Project

Very Cool Post: A Crash Course On How Mobile Apps Are Changing Storytelling | The Creators Project | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"A look at the ways mobile apps are updating one of our most fundamental storytelling experiences...

 

Unlike traditional films, these storytelling apps are freed from the constraint of having to unfold in prescribed amounts of time. And many have taken advantage of this looser chronological flow by encouraging—sometimes even requiring—interactivity from the audience, who are no longer allowed to sit back passively, mouths agape. How much participation is required varies greatly—from simply pushing buttons to picking up phone calls from strangers in the middle of the night (but more on that later). 

 

New apps seem to pop out of the air every second. And since it’s a Sisyphean feat to keep up with their swelling numbers, here’s the condensed version of how this mobile medium is dramatically altering the ways we tell stories—as well as the very notion of storytelling itself...."


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Des outils pour créer un webdocumentaire

Pour ceux qui sont nuls en programmation (comme moi!) voici une liste d'outils destinés spécifiquement à la création de webdocumentaires: Conducttr propose la création d’oeuvres interactives basées...

Via CDI Wallon, GERARD CASANOVA, Vittorio Canavese
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GERARD CASANOVA's curator insight, June 3, 2013 8:19 AM

je n'ai utilisé que klynt pour l'instant et il convient très bien

Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, June 6, 2013 1:48 PM

Ennesima lista di prodotti per la realizzazione di webdoc: mi sembra che ce ne sia qualcuno nuovo.

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James George and Jonathan Minard’s ‘Clouds’ - 2013 TFI Interactive

"Here James George and Jonathan Minard give us a peek at their documentary-in-progress Clouds. The film, which includes interviews with 30 new media artists, curators, designers and critics, is told using a breathtaking new 3D cinema format called RGBD, which uses a Kinect to create a video game-like feel."

 

2013 TFI Interactive: http://bit.ly/13m2iJU

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Partecipatory, collaborative and open source... what else?

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Tiffany Shlain - 2013 TFI Interactive Keynote

"If you have a camera in your hand everything tells a story. There has never been a more exciting time to tell stories today"

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Connected society, interdependence and participation. Presentation of the whole Tiffany Shlain career: from the relationship with the '80s technology  to the cloud filmmaking.

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What Do We Know About Participatory Cultures: An Interview with Aaron Delwiche and Jennifer Jacobs Henderson (Part Three)

What Do We Know About Participatory Cultures: An Interview with Aaron Delwiche and Jennifer Jacobs Henderson (Part Three) | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

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"How might we increase the value given to diversity and dissent within participatory cultures? Is there a danger that such communities tend to be consensus-based and thus are more apt to exclude people who persistently disagree with shared goals and values?


We do not value diversity and dissent as much as we can and should in participatory cultures. Many people do not see online spaces as open and inviting.  In fact, “incivility” and “nastiness” are the concerns most often voiced in opposition to participatory engagement.  Honestly, it’s hard to convince people otherwise when the “comments” sections of spaces such as YouTube and CNN are filled with illogical, unsupportive, and hateful commentary."

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Smart Readers Are Too Distracted to Dig Smart Content | Raw File | Wired.com

Smart Readers Are Too Distracted to Dig Smart Content | Raw File | Wired.com | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
In an interview with Wired, Andrew DeVigal gives the scoop on the intersection of news and software, essential collaborations with coders, the importance of audio for photographers, fatherhood and how we don’t always need to be plugged in.
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StoryCode DIY Days Presentation - Creative Coding

Take a deep-dive into Creative Code with Mike Knowlton and Hal Siegel from StoryCode. As storytelling becomes more influenced by software development practices
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Julieta Romero's curator insight, May 4, 2013 9:15 AM

ejemplos de narrativas inmersivas y como mezcaln los formatos lineares, no lineares, interactivos y participativos con las nuevas tecnologías.

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Six Reasons Why Transmedia Producers Should Read Spreadable Media

Six Reasons Why Transmedia Producers Should Read Spreadable Media | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
My new book, Spreadable Media: Creating Meaning and Value in a Networked Culture, co-authored with Peppercom’s Sam Ford and Undercurrent’s Joshua Green, was intended to spark conversations about our current moment of media change amo...
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Mobile Reporting Field Guide

This is a guide for everything journalists need to know about using an iPhone for reporting, including reviews on equipment, apps, kits and example videos.

 

If you don't own an iPad or Mac, you can download a PDF copy of the guidebook (sorry no videos in the PDF version), or you canmanually download the iBook (267 MB) without having to use iTunes.

http://mobilereportingguide.com/

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Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, April 21, 2013 5:28 PM

E' possibile fare molto con poco

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Take us back to the future | Projects | Mozilla Webmaker

Take us back to the future | Projects | Mozilla Webmaker | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"Like all Popcorn Maker projects, you can hit the remix button to see how the project was built, and then transform it into your own creation."

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How to remix an existing project. Sharing culture.

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