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...
What is good news for fans of great interactive content is that AMC chose to augment the TV story with some brilliantly thought out Storyworld content – they didn’t fluff it (as so many do) apart from the whole GEO issue… Thanks AMC!
Last month, we kicked off a series of posts on transmedia storytelling–what it is, how it works, and how you can use transmedia storytelling techniques to reach more readers and provide readers with a deeper, richer story experience.
Overall, people watch independent web series like Pretty, Brothers, and Be Here Nowish because, simply put, they’re good. Their success lies in the creators having a solid product from the beginning… but not nearly the kind of “solid,” ratings-guaranteed product that TV networks will sink their money into. Rather, independent web series need to target independent people. These ones all expertly navigated the line between wide appeal and niche audiences, gaining enthusiastic viewers and reviewers. If you want to do the same with your indie series, what you need is first some cash, then a solid pilot episode, an attractive web page, a social media presence, and a crowdfunding link. From there, people will tell you whether you’re good enough to grow or not.
Transmedia storytellers will often include live events and real world actions in their experiences. As a company that wants to blur the boundary between fiction and reality, we spend a lot of time thinking how creators should ...
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