Where engagement meets immersion: A discussion with Frank Rose on Transmedia Storytelling meets Tourism curated by Soraia Ferreira (Where engagement meets immersion: A discussion with Frank Rose http://t.co/ySDeXy8JCV)...
"Storyteller, which -- as the name suggests -- wants to display your photos and videos in the form of stories. It also ties in with Nokia Here maps to show where pictures are taken, and recording with the Lumia 1520's four microphones to capture directional stereo audio as well. That's meant to give a "richer experience" when you're capturing photos, and later when sharing them with family and friends."
"Netflix, pleased with how original series like "Orange Is the New Black" and "House of Cards" are boosting its business, expects to double its investment in original content in 2014 — and it’s putting movies into the pipeline.
Meanwhile, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said he’s “hopeful” that the company will land deals with Comcast and other pay TV providers to widen the distribution of the service, which now has 31.1 million U.S. customers.
The company is looking at expanding into movies, and is currently actively looking at several documentaries that would premiere on Netflix, chief content officer Ted Sarandos said on the company’s third quarter earnings call...."
Learning From Orson: Understanding "Audiences" in Transmedia & Web Series on TV sur le web curated by Gildas Fablet (Learning From Orson Welles : Understanding "Audiences" in Transmedia & Web Series | @scoopit via @D_RockingChair
“ Good stories are timeless. So why is it that we are often confined by media constructs, such as campaigns, which have specific in-points and end-points in time? Over time, we’ve argued over story. We’ve argued about stories.”
Via Jonathan Belisle, Juan José Gaviria Arias
HOUSTON and LOS ANGELES -- Theatrics.com, LLC, an interactive media company today announced its collaboration with Milwaukee-based writer Lisa Walker England for Aurelia: Edge of Darkness, a steampunk-fantasy ...