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Fragments of Attention - Transmedia Alchemy

by Director StoryLabs & MUVEDesign, ex-Multiplatform Producer/Manager BBC/ABC at StoryLabs & MUVEDesign Australia on Mar 25, 2011

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Given at Colab's Envisage Keynote at Auckland University on 23 March 2011 by Gary Kayes. A short talk that looks at recent evolution of multi platform and changing user behaviour. It will highlight the reason traditional storytellers, marketeers and service providers are, for their own survival, needing to develop new transmedia forms. What are some of the most compelling examples thus far, is there really a business here and where are we truly headed? Gary will take us on a short ride through a fragmented media landscape and some of the transmedia attempts to help glue it back together again.

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