6 of the Best – Transmedia, Social TV and Modern Audiences 2014

HIT The ground running..!

And keep on RUNNING…

We have loads of great new content in the pipeline for 2015 – but as is traditional – here’s a round up of our 6 most read articles from last year. (In no particular order…)

Firstly, 2 articles about Transmedia and Storyworlds:

Transmedia Storyworlds: Fact or Fiction?

Transmedia Storyworld: Fact and Fiction

What’s the difference between Documentary and Drama when you’re developing a Transmedia Storyworld?

 

What Are The 3 Transformational Steps To Take From Traditional Media To Transmedia?

Stories and Storyworlds

Many years practical experience distilled down into 3 simple steps.

 

And a round up of Transmedia Storyteller’s Conducttr Conference event in October:

Transmedia Rebels – This is London Calling

The Conducttr Conference

There aren’t many things that get me up at 3.50am, on a train by 5am and in London by 8am. But this did.

 

Here’s 2 great posts about Social TV:

3 Simple Mistakes that Kill Social TV Promotions with a Single ‘#’ Hashtag

Social TV Hashtag FAIL

…And how to avoid them.

 

What Buff Naked Wrestlers Can Teach You About Social Media and TV

WWE and Social Media

The WWE’s social media strategy is a thing to behold, and is clear a glimpse of things to come for the standard television experience.

(You wouldn’t believe how much internet traffic we started getting looking for wrestling p*rn after publishing this post…)

 

And finally a fascinating interview with Nathan Penlington from “Choose Your Own Documentary”.

Interactive Documentary – In A Theatre?

Choose Your Own Documentary

Choose Your Own Documentary is a live performance of a documentary where the audience choose which way to take the story at numerous decision points – there are 1500 different outcomes…

 

Until next time folks…

Krish
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