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Rob Pratten will be in TO talking Participatory Storytelling & Conducttr (Platform & Mobile)

New mobile app from Conducttr allows storytellers to offer more to their audiences without the development costs.

 

If you're in TO on July 25th, come catch Rob's talk for Transmedia 101:

 

As a bonus meetup for the month of July, Transmedia 101 is pleased to announce Robert Pratten presenting Participatory Storytelling, Wednesday, July 25th, 7-8:30 pm.

 

SPECIAL EVENT LOCATION: Rm 179, University College @ 15 Kings College Circle, Toronto (see map). There is a 100 cap for this facility so BRING YOUR FRIENDS. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Co-hosted by The Canadian Studies Program, University College, University of Toronto.

 

Tickets are $5 CASH at the door except FREE to U of T STUDENTS with VALID ID.

& registration here:

 

http://www.meetup.com/Transmedia101/events/73609012/

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: Transmedia tools – Conducttr Mobile and Weavr

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: Transmedia tools – Conducttr Mobile and Weavr | Tracking Transmedia | Scoop.it

"It’s been a while – a year or more – since I last wrote something about possible tools to use for transmedia storytelling. In the meanwhile, so many new opportunities, products and tools have come up. What prompted me to write this post was two tools that are out there now and that represent quite different spectras of the transmedia field; both could be very useful for a given project, and I’d love to try them both out within the scope of a project.

Basically, everything and anything that makes it easier for me to get my stories to the desired audience in a logical and engaging and compelling and immersive way, I’m all for it, and these two services might just fit the bill.


First there is Conducttr Mobile, launched at the Transmedia Living Lab in Madrid the other day by Rob Pratten. Now, Conducttr has been around for a while as a tool for automating the telling of a narrative over several platforms – online, text messages and so on. This seems like the very logical next step, to take it out from the laptop or tablet and into the world of mobile..."

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