Curious about transmedia storytelling, joining the next Transmedia Seattle MeetUp!, why we love TransmediaSF, what it was like to be a part of the world premiere of Transmedia Jam?
Watch a project evolve in front of your eyes as intrepid members of Transmedia Seattle continue to iterate and fail forward on a project launched during Transmedia Jam 2012.
This transmedia project originated with the idea of how best to tell the unlikely love story of a webcam named Webby, recently retired after 15 years of objectively recording endless interviews with contestants on a 'Real Life' - like TV reality show called Sureal World Seattle. Now that she's been retired- she's has love or attitude to share. Need some love, got some advice, or attitude. I think you'll see Webby needs a little help from her friends. Come and get/give it! Robert Pratten weighed in. How 'bout you? What are we doing wrong- and right? today.
Our current aim is to make Surreal World Seattle a destination for all interested in how to Just Do It! with transmedia, or honest assessment from a spunky webcam in love...
Image: keoni101/Flickr Social media, mobile, wearables, Internet of Things, real-time -- these are just some of the technologies that are disrupting market (Digital transformation is the intentional effort to adapt to disruptive technology and how...
"Storehouse, an app for iPad that functions as a story creation tool with images, video and text, is getting a nice update today. The update brings the ability to embed stories in blogs and on the web, as well as comments and an easy way to find Storehouse users on Twitter and Facebook."
Technology is set to transform viewing habits, whether it's Twitter's 'social soundtrack' or letting the viewer become the commissioner (From YouTube to Vice – 10 viewing trends for 2014 that will change how we watch TV
Our guest is transmedia strategist Lara Hoefs (Story Disruptive), who chats with Steve about her work on the Twilight Saga film series and how fans and community are shaping projects like The Veronica Mars Movie.
British Pathé was one of the leading producers of newsreels and documentaries during the 20th Century. This week, the company, now an archive, is turning over its entire collection -- over 85,000 historical films – to YouTube.
Documentary filmmaker explores the new visual language of virtual reality on Transmedia + Storytelling + Digital Marketing + Crossmedia curated by Juan José Gaviria Arias (RT @EntreSilencio: Documentary filmmaker explores the new visual language of...
"Today, we are releasing the first batch of videos from our April 4 conference, Transforming Hollywood: The Future of Television, jointly hosted by Denise Mann (UCLA) and myself (USC) and held in UCLA’s James Bridges Theater. Special thanks to David McKenna for his epic work in editing, mixing, and uploading these videos so quickly.
PANEL 1 Virtual Entrepreneurs: Creators Who are Reinventing TV for the Digital Future
In Fall 2011, Google announced plans to invest $100 million dollars to forge original content partnerships with a number of talented YouTube creators in order to enhance the production value of their work and their value to brands. This panel gives voice to two new types of virtual entrepreneur: Individual web creators who are reinventing entertainment for the digital age, and the CEO of a new type of web-based multi-channel network (MCN), which is forging deals with individual web-creators in exchange for providing them with infrastructural support in the form of sound stages, green screens, higher quality cameras and editing equipment, enhanced social media marketing tools and brand alliances...."
writing-questions-answered: “ “ certifiably-mad asked: Do you have anything on transmedia storytelling? I’m rewatching the Lizzie Bennet Diaries and I dunno, it’s just something I want to get in on....
“Through social media interactions via online venues like Facebook and Twitter, our society today is overrun in the same way with “fast food for the mind.” Just as our bodies can tolerate only so much unhealthy food, our minds equally have a certain cognitive bandwidth. But instead of spending our bandwidth on deeper thoughts, we often sacrifice it for the instant gratification and distraction of the mind offered by myriad online venues.”
Via Karen Dietz