Simon Staffans: "A couple of years ago I wrote a post on transmedia, examining a comparison that Jeff Gomez often sports; the one of likening transmedia to a symphony orchester, where you have a great number of different instruments – or media platforms – that need to be conducted in precisely the right way in order for them to create the harmonies that will make people sit up, take notice and flock to the content."
Startup Weekend Transmedia: "Transmedia is fundamentally about leveraging multiple platforms and mediums to tell a story or build an interactive experience. In most cases, projects require the collaboration of people with very different skill sets and specific expertise" ...
Alan Robinson: "Whether it has been through novels, webisodes, or interactive “alternate reality” games, the concept of transmedia storytelling continues to evolve in news ways as technology becomes more accessible. Nothing has been quite so immersive, however, as the SyFy Channel’s upcoming TV series, Defiance" ...
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" ...
Henry Jenkins continues his interview with Andrea Phillips ...
Henry Jenkins [from Part One]: "Phillips is one of the most thoughtful writers working in this space today: she manages to hit the right balance between pragmatism and vision, between describing the conditions under which transmedia producers work today and spelling out the long term potentials of this still emerging form" ...
Erin Reilly: "Produced by the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, this paper provides a much-needed guidebook to transmedia in the lives of children age 5-11 and its applications to storytelling, play, and learning."
Henry Jenkins-Over the past few years, transmedia storytelling has become a hot buzzword in Hollywood and Madison Avenue alike--"the next big thing" or "the last big thing" depending on whom you ask.
Transmedia storytelling is cool. But what is it really? As the articles I've curated by Mike Jones say, there's a lot of hype out there about transmedia storytelling and we need voices to bring clarity to all the hoopla. This article also helps us cut through all the noise to get at what's happening with storytelling as it spreads across different media.
Why do I like transmedia storytelling? Because it allows storytellers to share backstories and stories from different points of view in ways that can be simultaneous. That's fun!
This article again brings a lot of clarity to people interested in transmedia storytelling. What has this got to do with business? Well, even small business can start sharing different aspects of their core stories in different media in various marketing channels. It's the wave of the future, so let's get our creative juices flowing and start figuring this out now.
Transmedia Comic Series - Are you willing to give up your identity?
A FULLY PARTICIPATORY TRANSMEDIA PROJECT
Beyond the comic, several add-ons allow the audience to continue to explore the world of MEDIAENTITY, and take part in it.
The idea is to bring together different communities of readers and gamers so that they feed each other around a common open source fiction. If you want to bring a dish and contribute to the feast of MEDIAENTITY's world, you'll soon be able to download our How to document and start creating characters and plots 100% compatible, whatever medium you choose.
"The TFI New Media Fund provides funding and support to non-fiction, social issue media projects which go beyond traditional screens – integrating film with content across media platforms, from video games and mobile apps to social networks and interactive websites"
DRC: This fund is open to both U.S. and International producers.
Scott Thill: '“Anyone who loves comics and sees them as a vital art form capable of telling unique and challenging stories must recognize that [the industry's] business corpse has to be put out of its misery so a new one can be built,” said Pizzolo, a publisher and filmmaker who has been busy engineering the transmedia spine that will take comics into the future' ...
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