Robert Pratten: "We’re delighted to release our Transmedia Card Deck for everyone to print, cut out and use at home! The cards are offspring of the Transmedia Playbook and intended to serve several purposes:
show how stories can be told with audience participation
develop creative muscles so that it becomes easier to include participation from the beginning."
Robert Pratten: "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 [Transmedia Storyteller] spend a lot of time thinking how creators should tackle this."
Robert Pratten: "I was luck enough to interview transmedia writer Alexandre Pierrin about his amazing project La Kolok (http://www.la-kolok.com/) which encourages and educates audiences on the issues and opportunities for sustainable living."
"This is the second edition of Robert Pratten's massively popular Getting Started in Transmedia Storytelling. It's a practical guide to developing cross-platform and pervasive entertainment written by a thought-leader and early practitioner."
Robert Pratten: "Transmedia for Change (T4C) is an umbrella term that encompasses transmedia activism (change in society or community) and personal growth (change in lifestyle, personal development). Underlying T4C is the belief that stories matter, that those stories need to be told to the right people at the right time and most importantly that projects should offer a pathway to success."
Robert Pratten: "The purpose of the book is to stimulate ideas and inspiration. It’s a small catalog of participatory transmedia storytelling experiences intended to remind, suggest, provoke and inspire creators."
Simon Staffans: "Rob Pratten had a brief but excellent post up on Transmedia Coalition the other day, entitled ”The 5Rs of Mobile in Transmedia Storytelling”. To recapitalize briefly, the gist of the post were that" ...
Robert Pratten: "The slide [...] is from Stephen Anderson‘s deck on Perception Strategy - it’s well worth taking the time to read it but I pulled out this slide because it struck me how important these questions are for transmedia storytelling!"
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