ReadThisThing: "Podcasts are blowing up, great stories are reaching more people than ever, people are paying for content, and the modern web is giving the world a better platform to tell stories than the world has ever seen."
Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson: "While Baby Boomers and older Gen Xers may feel everything from dismissive to perplexed or even paralyzed by the shift to digital storytelling, the upcoming generations fear none of that. To get information delivered via virtual reality, gaming or interactive, as well as film, television, video, radio and photography—or any combination thereof—makes complete sense to them, and it's indicative of how documentary content will be delivered in the near future."
Katharine Trendacosta: "Whatever question you had after seeing the original movie? The shows answered them. Who built the Stargates? Why are there so many symbols on them? The evil alien pretending to be Ra, where did he come from? Are there other planets out there?"
Alastair Reid :"Interactive media lecturer Sandra Gaudenzi shared her theory of balancing audience agency with authorship at the CIJ Summer Conference today, and gave examples of stories across the spectrum" ...
Lauren Davis: "Even for Pixar, Inside Out is an ambitious film. After all, it’s largely set inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl, and tries to metaphorically explain all of the wonderful, frustrating, and confusing things that go on inside the human head while exploring a sort of emotional truth. So how on Earth did it all come together?"
Jonny Mole: "Stories are in our make-up. They help us interpret meaning, connect with people across generations, and articulate really complex stuff in easily digestible snippets. The advertising & media industries are built on their ability to tell compelling stories. Stories of love, stories of hate, and stories of redemption."
James Whitbrook: "When Star Wars released in 1977, the face of science fiction in popular culture was changed forever — but a year later, the movie helped transform the toy industry as well. Since then, Star Wars and the toys it inspired have been forever linked, a story that can just as easily be told through figures as it can the films."
Simon Staffans: "This summer I’ve put almost everything on the shelves and concentrated on not being the producer [of stories] but rather the consumer. I will admit, it has been a bit of an alarming experience."
Lee Robinson: "It’s always a good day when I get to write about Geo-storytelling! It’s an important part of what we do here at Bellyfeel – but it does seem to get somewhat overshadowed by the two heavy hitters (Transmedia and Social TV)!"
Jess Linington: "From a realisation that the digital sense of presence is a powerful thing, to being the dubbed the 'Godmother of VR', Nonny de la Peña took use through her experiments in 'immersive journalism' at an lunchtime talk in Bristol."
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