In this episode, Steve talks with Michael J. Andersen and Jonathan Waite about the legacy of the late Brian Clark, including clips of Brian during podcast episodes over the years. Links mentioned in this episode: Dark Detour Indiewire Obituary for Brian Clark Legend of the Sacred Urns Art of the Heist Unfiction Forums Socks, Inc. Top…
Host Steve Peters chats with April Arrglington, the co-creator of a new Alternate Reality Game called The Age of Turing, which launched today (August 13th, 2015). Also, a short tribute to our late friend and frequent guest, Brian Clark, who passed away on July 2nd. Links mentioned in this episode: The Age of Turing website…
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The newest edition of the podcast with April and the Age of Turing
Quite so - "But by tapping the different strengths of different mediums – particularly print, film, and online gaming – I think we open up a much wider set of possibilities for both storytellers and story readers to explore."
Today we’re back with some gyaan to help you and your brand to explore the grand universe of Transmedia Storytelling. Our Children’s storybooks for Grownups series is just the tip of a huge iceberg called Transmedia Storytelling. What is Transmedia Storytelling? According to the Wikipedia definition: “Transmedia Storytelling (also known as transmedia narrative or multiplatform storytelling, cross-media seriality) is the technique of telling a single story or story experience across.
Transmedia and changing ways of communication - is it a new or has it been around for hundreds of years? \n\nDiscussed by Liz Evans from the University of Nottingham.\n\nThis video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley.\n\nWords of the World is a project b
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