As I mentioned in my
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I did the opening talk on the conference day, ran a workshop and participated in the special Think Tank. It was an amazing event in which I got to finally meet many people for the first time, people I have watched, conversed with online, and even worked with remotely. Liz Rosenthal did a fantastic job with the event. The sessions were webcast on the main site and at Screen International. They had over 10,000 people watch the webcasts, which is very cool. There are LOTS of interesting talks there about distribution, branding, crowdsourcing and finance there. But I’ve also embedded here and at UC101, the videos and ppts of my talk and workshop on ‘Films in the Age of Cross-Media Production’ and my workshop on ‘Writing Across Media’ respectively.
I also did a post UC101 about Immersive Entertainment and Marketing PLACES I’d like to visit…
Oh, I have also started a personal podcast. It is where I share my personal thoughts about who I am and life in general. No cross/trans/multi-platform/media-storytelling/entertainment. 🙂
Dear. Dr. Christy Dena
I am a young faculty at Howard University Washington DC and I am in the process of designing a course focusing on convergence culture and media Industry. I was searching for literature on cross media story telling and Trans media story telling and could not find much literature on the former. Then I found your paper that was very informative and decided to write to you.
Could you kindly point me to literature on cross media story telling and Transmedia story telling and that which goes beyond Jenkinâ€™s immediate configuration.
Also I saw on your paper that you had an excellent power point presentation on cross media story telling and which is not available anymore. Could you kindly share that with me? I wish to use it with full credit to you of course.