- New means of digital circulation, audience engagement and fan activism have brought with it a variety of experiments with serialized video storytelling. What can we learn from some of the most compelling emerging ways to tell ongoing stories through online video, cross-platform features and applications and real world engagement? What models for content creation are emerging, and what are the stakes for content creators and audiences alike?
- — Mica Scalin (@micawave)Sat, Nov 12 2011 14:19:16sms based drama IVY4EVR created in UK looks interesting: http://www.blasttheory.co.uk/bt/work_ivy4evr.html …ryFOE5uk/bt/work_ivy4evr.html #FOE5
- — andrepase (@)Sat, Nov 12 2011 14:43:43to think more about what @matlock stated on how TV must deal w/other sources of audience http://news.killscreendaily.com/post/12686827627/i-dont-want-my-mtv-or-cds-or-newspapers-or …endaily.com/post/12686827foe5i-dont-want-my-mtv-or-cds-or-newspapers-or "the winter is coming" #foe5
The Futures of Serialized Storytelling
Moderator: Laurie Baird (Georgia Tech) Panelists: Matt Locke (Storythings, UK), Steve Coulson (Campfire), Lynn Liccardo (soap opera critic), and Denise Mann (University of California-Los Angeles)
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