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Transmedia related talks from around the web, educating and informing.
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Some of the best talks transmedia related out there 

 

"Transmedia has the power to create pro-active communities and to connect generations; and with three typical Italian trademarks PASSION, COURAGE and MAGIC, to make the world better. Rome, for its history, is the Italian town that best enfolds these characteristics therefore I considered to hold the event there."

 

http://www.tedxtransmedia.com

 

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New Media, Civic Media | MIT World

New Media, Civic Media | MIT World | Transmedia Talks | Scoop.it
As old media die, new forms are emerging, but it’s not clear they will serve such vital civic functions as “helping people form publics,” as Pat Aufderheide puts it.
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Henry Jenkins -Toying with Transmedia: The Future of Entertainment is Child’s Play | MIT World

Henry Jenkins -Toying with Transmedia: The Future of Entertainment is Child’s Play | MIT World | Transmedia Talks | Scoop.it
In what could be the ultimate twist on Toy Story, Henry Jenkins suggests that action figures -- those Star Wars and Masters of the Universe dolls from a few decades ago -- had the power to spark human creativity and transcend their original function.
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Jeff Gomez: The Power of Transmedia Storytelling

Gomez' opening keynote presentation at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, Oct 2011 in London. Here he explores dynamic techniques to access your audience in the digital age.
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Michel Reilhac: The Birth of a Language

Michel Reilhac explores what new mindsets need to be put in place in order to fully embrace and engage with the potential of transmedia storytelling at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, Oct 2011...
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Rebecca Denton: Case Study: Gumball

Rebecca Denton discusses the strategy behind the digital commission, the challenges of a global release in 15 languages and the sometimes surprising results, at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, October 2011.
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Christopher Sandberg: Create for people!

Christopher Sandberg describes how he creates experiences for a participating audience at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, October 2011...
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TEDxCreativeCoast - Kevin Human - Telling Stories in a Transmedia World

Writer, Narrative Designer, and Community Manager at Digital Roar Studios.

Full biography: http://tedxcreativecoast.com/Kevin_Human

 

 

Kevin weaves together a story of the stories we tell ourselves and the media we use to tell those stories in his TEDxCreativeCoast 2010 presentation. By exploring the ways in which media expand, enhance and enrich our experience of any story, Kevin connects the information-saturated world with our core humanity and challenges us to understand ourselves through many lenses.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Delia Cohen - Trancending boundaries

Delia specializes in turning extraordinary ideas -- involving the arts, cutting-edge technology and new media--into reality. The common theme is that they all attempt to make the world a better place. Current projects include leading the strategy to make the TED Conference video content available--for free-- to television broadcasters globally and managing Nokia's $1million investment challenge for the most innovative plan using mobile technology in the developing world.

 

In TEDxTransmedia she talks about transcending boundaries, by telling her experiences in the organization of Pangea Day.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Jon Ola Sand - Power 200 seconds

Jon Ola is Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Previously he worked for the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK. Jon Ola has 15 years' of experience working with major productions and co-productions at NRK and TV 2 as well as independent production companies. He's a member of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and has produced and directed a variety of programmes, such as the Nobel Peace Prize Concert. the Norwegian Film Awards and the Norwegian national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, Melodi Grand Prix.

 

In TEDxTransmedia he reminds who really is 'responsible' for having socially responsible media.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Christian Wikander - Engaging the distributors

Christian Wikander is the Head of Drama & Entertainment at Swedish public service broadcaster SVT. He has 25 years experience as a drama originator, film director and producer in several TV-series, productions and co-productions like Three Crowns, Hotel Caesar (Hotel Caesar is still running in Norway and celebrates it's 13th anniversary this year) High Sea, Big City Life, The truth about Marika (I-emmy award, Cannes 2008).

 

In TEDxTransmedia he suggest us to engage distributors aside producers and creatives and tells how this mutual engagement to the story, brought to life the transmedia Drama "The truth about Marika".

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Max Giovagnoli - The nuclear power of imagery

Max Giovagnoli has been the pioneer of transmedia storytelling in Italy, and his book Fare cross-media (Makin' cross-media, 2005) has been the first essay focusing on cross-media/transmedia narratives ever published in Europe. He got a PhD in Literature and Imagery focusing on the relationships between storytelling and iconography in the tales of Middle Ages, and his novels are witty experiments of polymorphic narrative spreading into real and digital worlds.

 

In TEDxTransmedia he makes a call for responsible storytelling, to address an audience that ever more looks for engagement and complexity, but also for liability and inspirational responsible emotions.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Frank Rose - Reshaping storytelling

Frank is the author of The Art of Immersion: How the Digital Generation is Remaking Hollywood, Madison Avenue, and the Way We Tell Stories, recently published in the U.S. and the U.K. As a contributing editor at Wired for more than a decade, he has written extensively about media and technology, from the making of Avatar to Sony's enormous gamble on the PlayStation 3 to the posthumous career of Philip K. Dick in Hollywood.

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Creativity and Collaboration in the Digital Age | MIT World

Creativity and Collaboration in the Digital Age | MIT World | Transmedia Talks | Scoop.it
In a panel moderated by James Paradis, five former Comparative Media Studies (CMS) students discuss their personal experiences within the CMS program and the impact it has had on their understanding, interpretation, and implementation of creativity...
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Jenkins’ Farewell: Reflections on a Career at MIT | MIT World

Jenkins’ Farewell: Reflections on a Career at MIT | MIT World | Transmedia Talks | Scoop.it
In conversation with William Uricchio, Henry Jenkins returns to reflect on his time at MIT and offers insights into MIT’s culture, his new life at USC, and the state of digital cultures, new media and collective intelligence.
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Liz Losh and Henry Jenkins - Can Public Education Co-Exist with Participatory Culture?

THE NEW SCHOOL | http://www.newschool.edu
Mobility Shifts | Mobilityshifts.org

 

Losh and Jenkins offer a progress report on whether and in what ways the public schools and universities are going to be able to absorb or meaningfully deploy what Jenkins calls "participatory culture."

 

Rather than an abstract discussion of a theoretical construct drawn from their supposedly opposite positions studying fan culture and institutional rhetoric respectively, the two will discuss concrete experiences of young people acting appropriately or not, inside or outside the classroom.

 

What might a participatory learning culture look like? What policies make it hard for even supportive teachers to achieve in their classrooms? What stakeholders would need to be engaged in order to change the current cultures of our school? How might participatory learning take place beyond the schoolhouse gates? What is everyone afraid of?

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Love & Engineering at The Pixel Pitch 2011

Winner of the prestigious ARTE Pixel Pitch Prize, Kaarle Aho & Tonislav Hristov present Love & Engineering at The Pixel Pitch 2011, part of Power to the Pixel's annual Cross-Media Forum...
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Paddy Adams: Is the future of storytelling the future for advertising?

Director of Strategy at media planning agency Manning Gottlieb OMD, Paddy Adams examines the titular question at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, London 2011...
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Nuno Bernardo: How to Finance Transmedia?

Nuno Bernardo presents the different alternatives to cross-media funding, from product placement and branded content, to a more classical R&D and Venture Capital approach at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum, October 2011.
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Daniel Efergan: Case Study: The Tate Movie Project

Aardman Animations set about an ambitious project to inspire the nations kids into helping Aardman create a short animated film.Daniel Efergan explains how it all came together creatively and technically, and he shares some of their learnings at Power to the Pixel's Cross-Media Forum.

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TEDxTransmedia - Simon Harrop - DAREtoSENSE

Simon Harrop is the CEO of Brand Sense, the global experts in sensory marketing, specialising in sensory retail, space consultancy and product development. In his role as a sensory branding guru and expert, Simon has enjoyed extensive public profiling through media such as the BBC, ITN News at Ten, International Herald Tribune, Brand Strategy and the Daily Mail. Before establishing Brand Sense in 2006, Simon worked in a variety of marketing roles.

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TEDxTransmedia - Sietse Bakker - DAREtoPROVOKE

Sietse Bakker is one of Europe's youngest communications and public relations consultants, and is also active as writer and speaker. At the age of 19, he launched his own communications- and new media agency. Since 2006, he is Manager Communication & Public Relations of the Eurovision Song Contest at the European Broadcasting Union.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Hans Laroes - It is important and it is fun

Hans Laroes is a Dutch journalist. Editor in chief of NOS News until July 2011 he is the president of the News Assembly of the EBU Eurovision, and chair of its Task Force on Public Value.

 

In TEDxTransmedia he Talks about the future of journalism.

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Rosie Allimonos - Dr. Who and Mythology

A transmedia commissioner and producer with 15 years experience in expanding stories across digital platforms. Rosie is currently responsible for commissioning the next generation of connected TV, mobile, online and IPTV platforms for BBC Drama, Films and Acquisitions. In this role she has pioneered the development of online drama and narrative gaming, overseeing the strategy and delivery of the BBC's most successful transmedia brands.

 

In TEDxTransmedia she makes the case for working across silos for creating grander narrative

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TEDxTransmedia 2011 - Olivia Fermi - Becoming the inspiration we seek

Olivia Fermi, is a writer, photographer and process facilitator. Besides helping clients jump to the next level in whatever sticky area of work they choose, she talks and gives workshops on the Neutron Trail, her name for a free-form cultural inquiry into the disconnects which mark this complex and controversial terrain — our shared nuclear legacy.

 

In TEDxTransmedia she invites us to become the inspiration we seek, by referring to the example of her grandfather Enrico Fermi, Nobel prize for Physics and often referred to as "the father of the nuclear bomb".

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