Ingrid Kopp, the Tribeca Film Institute's Director of Digital Initiatives, recently shared her wisdom garnered over the year's she has spent in the transmedia world in a presentation for the X Media Lab conference in Switzerland.
The dispute between the distributor of “The Hunger Games” movie and Oxfam is another example of how fan activism can challenge corporate control.
Truly inspiring and a testament to fan power. The beauty of Transmedia is that it is owned by the people and fans decide. The fact that it can be used to create a movement and insight social change should be embraced by big corporations
The co-creator of Twitter and Blogger has decided that "the internet is simply a giant machine designed to give people what they want." Here's what this grand unified theory means and where it came from.
"What the internet is doing now is connecting everyone and everything, every event and every thought, in multiple ways — layer upon layer of connection. Increasingly, everything that happens and everything we do, everyplace you go and check in, every thought you have and share, and every person who liked that thought… is all connected…and it keeps multiplying relentlessly.”
Gunther Sonnenfeld: "The multi-platform space is no doubt an exciting one, and not without its debates, but I wanted to focus this post on the subject of my talk down there [Sydney, Australia], the notion of building intelligence" ...
Online Video Performance: Maximizing Audience Engagement – Infographic. MaximizingAudienceEngagement_51d1e28252a11. Video content is getting bigger and bigger on the net, and so is consumption. However, just ...
Talking New Media Tablet Publishing magazine: TNM Digital Media launches single issue app Talking New Media Tablet Publishing – Winter 2013 is a stand-alone app, part of a series of digital publishing experiments being conducted by the same team...
Andrea Mulle: "Leveraging the individual strengths of multiple storytelling platforms, transmedia builds a storyworld meant to engage and involve its audience and delivers an informative, entertaining experience" ...
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