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POV Hackathon: Five Projects Aiming to Re-Invent the Documentary for the Web

POV Hackathon: Five Projects Aiming to Re-Invent the Documentary for the Web | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Adnaan Wasey: "Later this month, teams of filmmakers and developers will be challenged to create web documentary prototypes — be they mobile sites, web apps, widgets, games or something we’ve never seen before — over two days of intense collaboration."


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6 Tips For Writing A (Money-Making) Script From A Billion Dollar Screenwriting Duo

6 Tips For Writing A (Money-Making) Script From A Billion Dollar Screenwriting Duo | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Joe Berkowitz: "Every day dozens of novice screenwriters are born, ideals fully intact. They carry visions of the ultimate cinematic experience, along with their laptops, into Starbucks to pour ideas onto the page. Almost all of them are doomed to fail."


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Write 'Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books Through This Clever HTML5 App

Write 'Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books Through This Clever HTML5 App | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Mark Wilson: "The branching narratives of interactive books are logistical nightmares. That is, until one company released this free writing tool" ...


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Ingmar Bergman’s 1950s Soap Commercials Wash Away the Existential Despair

Ingmar Bergman’s 1950s Soap Commercials Wash Away the Existential Despair | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it
Ingmar Bergman is usually remembered for the intensely serious nature of his films. Death, anguish, the absence of God--his themes can be pretty gloomy.

 

Great explanation of the soap commercial series by Dana Stevens film critic for Slate

 

http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid271557392?bctid=1127687094

 


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NewsGame aims to populate a virtual world with real reporting and pretend correspondents

NewsGame aims to populate a virtual world with real reporting and pretend correspondents | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it
A Holland-based company sees an opportunity to pay for original reporting by bringing together real and pretend journalists in a virtual world.
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iPhone [Transmedia] Theater Performance Brings LES Love Story to the Streets

iPhone [Transmedia] Theater Performance Brings LES Love Story to the Streets | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Serena Solomon: "A Lower East Side love story told through an iPhone app is at the center of a walking tour and performance art piece about to kick off next month" ...


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HBO’s Future is in Standalone Streaming, It Just Doesn’t Know It Yet

HBO’s Future is in Standalone Streaming, It Just Doesn’t Know It Yet | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

One morning during the next five years, you’ll wake up to news that HBO has seen the light. The cable network will announce that it has decided to take your money — maybe $12, $15, or $20 a month — and from that moment on, you’ll be able to watch its shows without a cable subscription.

 

Execs at the network and the rest of the TV industry will hail the news as momentous. But don’t be surprised by it. I’m not going out on a limb in making this prediction, because what happens from here is slam-dunk obvious: HBO’s current business is doomed. Yes, the network is riding high now. But there are simply too many growing forces arrayed against its cable-dependent model for the business to continue as it is — too many high-quality shows from competing, non-premium cable channels, too many new technologies for watching TV, too many startups gunning for HBO’s customers. At some point, too, there will simply be too much money in the streaming business for HBO to ignore.

 

The only question now is, When?


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Lessons in blogging (and tweeting) from Samuel Pepys

Lessons in blogging (and tweeting) from Samuel Pepys | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Justin Ellis: "Phil Gyford talks about what he learned about writing, tweeting, and context from his just ended, nearly decade-long recreation of the famous diarist's work"...


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Copyright Complaint Kills the Rickroll---real? or an ultimate RRoll?

Copyright Complaint Kills the Rickroll---real? or an ultimate RRoll? | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it
The Rickroll ground to a halt when AVG Technologies took the original video down from YouTube with a copyright complaint.

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YouTube's first transmedia sitcom goes above and beyond

YouTube's first transmedia sitcom goes above and beyond | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Liz Shannon Miller: "The Fine Brothers have a long-established reputation for trying new things with web content, and this year, they're using YouTube's money to create not just a show, but a fully immersive social media experience and a full line-up of shows"...


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How the Indie Audio Community Is Transforming Storytelling

How the Indie Audio Community Is Transforming Storytelling | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Jesse Shapins: "[...] documentary is a relatively fluid genre that operates in so many different contexts at such varied lengths (broadcast news magazines, long-form series, live performance, "listening rooms," etc.), the people engaged in it are more open to redefining and experimenting with its boundaries than those who are entrenched in more established modes of documentary (e.g., classic voiceover-driven video docs)."


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Vidpresso debuts low-cost way to get social TV updates on air

Vidpresso debuts low-cost way to get social TV updates on air | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

A new social TV startup called Vidpresso launched a new product today that enables TV operations to easily display tweets and Facebook updates on the air. While the technology isn’t new, the price may catch the eye of cost-conscious TV stations: the product starts at $400 a month.

 

The interface is very simple. You start by adding social accounts into the system, and the tool displays the latest updates, @ mentions and Facebook comments in an integrated stream. Producers can quickly pick the updates and comments they want and click the “send to air” button.


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BBC reveals companion screen app strategy

BBC reveals companion screen app strategy | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

The BBC is going to use companion screen apps to enhance the enjoyment of programmes but also introduce audiences to what can often be a wealth of programme related information and interactivity online. The broadcaster will launch its first companion screen app this September in the form of a play-along game for Antiques Roadshow, a gentle Sunday night affair where the public bring family treasures for experts to analyse and value. The BBC is harnessing the fact that most viewers already try to second-guess the experts with their own valuations. You will be able to play the game whether you are watching live or on-demand.

 

Victoria Jaye, Head of IPTV & TV Online Content at the BBC, used Connected TV Summit last week to make the announcement but also outline the general companion app strategy for the broadcaster. She views show-related companion activities on smartphones, tablets and even the PC as a way to explore new creative opportunities. She made it clear that ownership of the app, in terms of the content and viewer experience, will belong to the production teams and that this is considered crucial. The production department will drive the format, while the technology development team will realise their vision.


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Salesnoise: a timeline of music and advertising from 1880

Salesnoise: a timeline of music and advertising from 1880 | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Timeline by Carrie McLaren and Rick Prelinger

1880—1920

Entertainment and salesmanship collide: department stores hire circus clowns and acrobats; movie theaters project slides advertising local businesses; vaudeville theater curtains carry painted ads; utility companies sponsor cooking demonstrations with a cast of orchestra, singers and skit players; trolley companies invest in and promote amusement parks; companies sponsor sporting events, barn dances and college proms. Later, Esso Gasoline sponsors Guy Lombardo’s orchestra, with a gas sales receipt required for admission.


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Why Remakes Are One of Our Greatest Achievements as a Civilization

Why Remakes Are One of Our Greatest Achievements as a Civilization | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Annalee Newitz: "Whenever a reboot or remake of a movie comes out, people complain that it's "not original." When creators turn a book or comic into a TV show, critics sneer at Hollywood for having "no new ideas." But they're wrong."


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vyclone - life from all angles

vyclone - life from all angles | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Concerten, open verslaggeving van rampen, opstanden, manifestaties: nu nog beperkt tot video's van 1 minuut, maar, jongens jongens, (en meisjes): wat een revolutionair ding dit. Simultaan geschoten iphonefilmpjes worden automatisch gemonteerd. om zo de beleving nog wat intenser te maken, en het beeld geloofwaardiger (want vanuit meerdere standpunten gefilmd) Verslaggeving gaat nu echt de 21ste eeuw in.

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The Media Business: Digital journalism reaches sustainability, but transitional business problems interfere

The Media Business: Digital journalism reaches sustainability, but transitional business problems interfere | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

We zeggen het nog maar eens: De kosten voor online uitgeven zijn een fractie van wat papieren uitgevers voor hun zaakjes betalen. Trek je de druk-, papier-, en logistieke kosten van een krantenbedrijf af, blijft er iets over dat al redelijk makkelijk uit de online inkomsten te betalen valt. Zo hebben we zelf ook ondervonden.

 

 

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Before Jumping on the Transmedia Bandwagon: The Four Ways to Approach Transmedia Storytelling

Before Jumping on the Transmedia Bandwagon: The Four Ways to Approach Transmedia Storytelling | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Andrea Phillips: "Let’s forget all about buzz, all about definitions, and all about what’s been done, and finally turn our attention to the juicy affair of why and how to use transmedia tools to tell your story. There are several compelling reasons to go transmedia, and these primarily fall into two basic camps: the business case and your creative vision" ...


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Meanland — Some Things I’ve Learned from Transmedia Worldbuilding

Meanland — Some Things I’ve Learned from Transmedia Worldbuilding | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Christy Dena: "Of course, ‘worldbuilding’ has been around longer than transmedia, and is employed in many different ways" ...


Image: Flint Dille @ Transmedia Victoria by Christy Dena


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‘Prometheus’ Viral Continues, Peter Weyland Gets Ready For TED Talk And What Is 10-11-12?

‘Prometheus’ Viral Continues, Peter Weyland Gets Ready For TED Talk And What Is 10-11-12? | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Germain Lussier: "Usually when a film opens, its viral campaign is over. Not the case with Prometheus. Ridley Scott‘s latest film is one that encourages a lot of conversation (obviously) and, if you stay to the end of the credits, the conversation continues online" ...


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Gemma-Leigh Garner's comment, June 12, 2012 2:02 PM
great movie!
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Every Platform Tells a Story: Transmedia has the power to make any topic more vivid and personal

Every Platform Tells a Story: Transmedia has the power to make any topic more vivid and personal | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Transmedia isn’t just a new buzzword that belongs to academics or high-priced media consultants. It’s a form of, and an approach to, storytelling that boasts a range of potential curricular applications that applies to literacy and the content areas. Teaching with transmedia guides students through various media formats to provide an immersive experience that makes any topic or narrative more vivid and personal.


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Transmedia Mobile Gaming - Conference | Transmedia Storytellling

Patrick Möller: "The first "Transmedia Mobile Gaming" conference was being held this month in Warsaw. I was invited by Voodoodance to speak there about "Transmedia Storytelling" and to show some cases. These are the slides of my talk."


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Defiance – A Transmedia opportunity that gives a new lease of life to in-game advertising

Defiance – A Transmedia opportunity that gives a new lease of life to in-game advertising | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it

Dan Plant (electricginger): "What is really exciting is that this is a truly transmedia project where the layers of the narrative are built up not only between multiple media channels, but where people can engage in different ways with the plot and actually have an effect on how it evolves."


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How To Sell Self-Published Books: Read This First

How To Sell Self-Published Books: Read This First | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it
I’ve christened May the How To Sell Self-Published Books Month here on Catherine, Caffeinated, but before we get into the nuts and bolts of marketing and promoting your book, we need to have ...
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How 'Mad Men' Landed The Beatles: All You Need Is Love (and $250,000)

How 'Mad Men' Landed The Beatles: All You Need Is Love (and $250,000) | Kunst in de journalistiek | Scoop.it
The use of "Tomorrow Never Knows" in Sunday's episode of "Mad Men" marks a rare instance in which a song written and recorded by the Beatles has been licensed for a television series, following several years of effort by the show's creator, Matthew...

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