Social Storytelling

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No one person owns a story...how can social content replace traditional press through information streams? Think an automated Heekya generating AP stories.

No one person owns a story...how can social content replace traditional press through information streams? Think an automated Heekya generating AP stories.

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  • 1. Social Storytelling No one person owns a story (Except J.K. Rowling)
  • 2. Stories are chronological, geographical, thematic, and reliant on characters. Social media is chronological, geographical, and thematic information created by characters . Thus, social media is a story (according to standardized test logic). Elements of a Story
  • 3. Eliminating Single Source Reporters
  • 4. Currently, media stories emanate from a central point. This point is typically a major media outlet whether a blog or traditional news source. Local & Regional News Outlets Echo-chamber blogs Eliminating Single Source Reporters
  • 5. In a story originating from Social Media, the content meshes from many points to create a central story. One story, many voices. ? Eliminating Single Source Reporters
  • 6. Missing Elements from Social Media
  • 7.
    • What social media is missing?
    • Objectivity . A number of tweets criticize the coverage of Edwards affair
    • Redundancy filter . The average user needs concise stories.
    • What is single-source media missing?
    • Distribution. Social media outlets spread and create simultaneously.
    • Immediacy. Multiple voices are collected quicker to create a richer story.
    Missing Elements from Social Media
  • 8. Capzles allows users to display image and video in a timeline format. Rich Media Slide Shows
  • 9.
    • Specific Events are expanded by multiple users in wiki fashion with rich media.
    • Photos
    • Timelines
    • Geotagging
    • Videos
    • Comments
    • Blogs
    Rich Media Aggregators
  • 10. Friendfeed Advanced Search provides a glimpse of social story telling. The addition of a redundancy filter and an altered presentation option would provide more of a traditional story experience. Redundancy and authority could be partially improved through geolocation. Rich Media Aggregators
  • 11. Rich Media Compiler
  • 12. Friendfeed type stream is pulled is intuitively embedded onto map, allowing users to view local perspective of the same interest. Semantic processing to dissect the various integers of a story. For example, the surge in information surrounding “Russian Invasion” would include tweets on Georgia, political reasons, U.S. response, connection to Olmypic start, etc. Threaded conversations would function as the meat of the story, providing a dialogue surrounding the event. Rich Media Compiler