Welcome to Transmedia: Storytelling for the Digital Age …
Here, you'll not only find articles on the many facets of transmedia storytelling, but also articles exploring the creative and technical achievements of individual platforms. If you would like to know more about my approach to curating this topic, then please follow the title link to Scoop.it's Lord of Curation Series. I really enjoy your support and hope you find the articles that I share as interesting and useful as I do.
Thank you Scoop.it for the recognition and acknowledgment, it is very much appreciated.
Keith Barclay: "Starlight Runner’s Jeff Gomez talked transmedia at the recent edition of FILMART in Hong Kong. After headlining the event’s T for Transmedia conference session, the world’s #1 exponent of successful transmedia campaigns sat down for a chat with SCREENZ about his work."
Tony Sauro: "These days, William Shakespeare’s “all the world” is more than just a theatrical “stage.” It’s a drama. A film. A radio play. Twitter improvisation. A photo documentary. Live “streaming.” Video games."
Jacob Devaney: "Digital technology is democratizing publishing while leveling the playing field for content creators. At the same time, a cooperative model is also emerging for other aspects of publishing that includes marketing and distribution...."
Christine Weitbrecht: "As some of you may have gathered from my Twitter feed, I was back at SXSW this year. Just like last year, my time at SXSW has been incredibly inspirational and educational, and there are a few key entertainment trends that I would like to share with you."
Simon Staffans: "These past couple of days I was kindly invited to BoostHBG, an organisation doing great things for the cross- and transmedia practicioners (and VR producers and short film producers etc and so on) in the south of Sweden. My mission was to help some projects a little bit further along the way to fruition."
CMF Trends: "Interactive storytelling has entered a phase of negative perception, but transmedia author Michel Reilhac believes that this is just a temporary lull. New media is being perfected in the wings."
Carlos Pacheco: "Facebook now boasts more video views per month than YouTube, but is it the best way for creators to get their content noticed? Here’s a quick guide to the pros and cons of posting videos on either platform."
Marketing Eye: "No matter how we express ourselves, we all have a unique story to tell. But it is only recently that we have started to tell stories that represent who we are and what we do to live, drive and survive … in business."
Elaine Sheldon & Sarah Ginsburg: "Whether you are plugged into the impact metric conversation, or feel alienated by it, this episode of the She Does Podcast is for you. Lina [Srivastava] breaks down how to catalyze and amplify social impact through creative media, and she warns of pitfalls she sees in the industry, breaking down unrealistic expectations and pressure put on filmmakers to make change."
DJ Roller: "From the Chauvet Cave paintings of 30,000 years ago, to 6K digital cinema today, we've always told stories, we just do it differently as media changes. There's a new leap in storytelling happening now. Virtual Reality (VR) is going to change the way we express ourselves, communicate with each other and experience the world."
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