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What if mind-reading, and other similarly advanced technology, was the best way to tailor TV to viewers' desires? Media City Finland's Staffans investigates...
It was with great joy I read Lisa Hsia’s (Bravo Digital Media) article over at Mashable yesterday. Entitled ”How Transmedia Storytelling Is Changing TV”, it struck directly to the core of my professional life ...
[The Mashable article can be found @scoopit http://bit.ly/uwFbrY]
Simon Staffans ports the ten points Chase Jarvis made about creative photography to the field of transmedia, as "they are all pretty crucial points for any creative industry – not least transmedia".
Back in January, I decided I wanted to start a transmedia project, something that I could get out there and start building...
"Around the Transmedia World" is a series of interviews Laurent Guerin is conducting for Petitweb.fr . This is the complete interview of SIMON STAFFANS.
"This is the second edition of the curation of this blog that I published a little over a month ago. I felt it was pretty incomplete without the voices of some of the other people in the field as well, so I decided to ask some questions of some people I felt were the right people to answer these questions."
Simon Staffans has collated a PDF-Book from the last 13 months of "thoughts, musings, comments, interviews, ramblings and links" on transmedia from his blog Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
The audience of any given television show, be it drama, documentary, reality or game show, can be expected to engage in social media activities before, during and after a broadcast if the content is engaging enough...
So, an almost overwhelming week at Storyworld in San Francisco is over, jet lag is slowly fading, the heaps of work await and it’s time to take stock of what was learned during the conference...
[Simon Staffans' round-up of Storyworld 2011.]
One of the most interesting and at the same time most challenging aspects of transmedia is getting everything to gel flawlessly.
Could Beyoncé tweeting her pregnancy from the VMAs be the ultimate example of optimised transmedia?