Lindsay Rothfeld: "In 2014, several big trends solidified themselves as potential game-changers for the entertainment and television industry: Among them participatory television, enhanced analytics, mobile engagement, new options for advertisers and increased digital streaming."
Simon Staffans:'One thing that struck me as I was putting together [One Year In Now Media 2013 Edition] is that it was shock full of great examples of storytelling in the ”Now Media” vein – from documentaries to ads, from TV series to native online content. All in all, a pretty great recap of what 2013 was all about, multiplatform and transmedia storytelling-wise.'
Michael Andersen: "Over the years, more than a few alternate reality games, transmedia storytelling projects, and advertising campaigns have warned that December 2012 would mark the end of the world" ...
Lauren Drell: "Because of his experience and success in entertainment, from web video to feature films, we asked Jon M. Chu to curate the top 5 innovations of 2012 in entertainment for Mashable's Innovation Index" ...
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Andy Campbell: "The past year was an especially exciting one, with a slew of new apps and tools to help empower both publishers and the general public with their storytelling. With the advent of Periscope and Meerkat, the ongoing evolution of virtual reality and a host of new platforms to share news, the game really was changed in 2015."
Alicia Marie Tan: "Let’s do an experiment. Grab your phone and open up your text messages. Scroll through a text thread until you land on an emoji. Chances are you didn’t have to scroll very far if at all, right?"
Nick DeMartino: "For the past couple of years I’ve been asked to contribute to year-end round-ups of the year in media, curated by transmedia producer and blogger Simon Staffans. I’ll post the link to the 2014 edition in a subsequent post, but for now, here’s a version of his questions and my answers."
Simon Staffans: "Following up on my curation of my blog from last year – “One Year In Transmedia” – I today published “One Year In Now Media”. It’s a curation of this blog, with a number of articles divided into subsections according to topic. It’s available for free on Slideshare on a Creative Commons license."
The Digital Rocking Chair's insight:
This is a fantastic resource. Thanks @Simon_Staffans.
April Arrglington: "This post is way overdue, but I've finally been able to finish the compilation to the best of my abilities. Thanks for your patience and support."
DRC: This is the final in a series of excellent posts looking at the notable transmedia projects of 2011. At the time of my posting to Scoop.it the link wasn't working, so to read April's article click here.
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