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Recently presented a lunch and learn about Transmedia with my colleague Robert Moritz.

Recently presented a lunch and learn about Transmedia with my colleague Robert Moritz.

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  • 1. TRANSMEDIA SSLA Transmedia Lunch + Learn 1
  • 2. DEFINITIONS 2
  • 3. ‘Transmedia is a fancy word for a simple concept: telling stories across multiple platforms.” - Tim Kring, creator, ‘Heroes’ 3
  • 4. STORYTELLING Stories give us context and context helps us with understanding. We are wired for narrative construction
  • 5. STORYTELLING They also inspire and motivate people to action
  • 6. TRANSMEDIA = DIGITAL STORYTELLING 6
  • 7. HISTORY 7
  • 8. STORYTELLING YESTERDAY 8
  • 9. 9
  • 10. BUT ONE THING REMAINS THE SAME 10
  • 11. BUT ONE THING REMAINS THE SAME the story 11
  • 12. ORIGINS OF TRANSMEDIA COME FROM TWO CAMPS: FILMMAKING + GAME DESIGN Write a story for your brand and let people talk about it. 12
  • 13. “TRANSMEDIA DOESN’T JUST PROMOTE A PRODUCT: IT BECOMES PART OF THE PRODUCT” 13
  • 14. RETHINKING STORYTELLING 14
  • 15. THE REAL WORLD AS PLATFORM (OR, BRIDGING THE DIGITAL/ PHYSICAL DIVIDE) 15
  • 16. “The simple fact is, we’re physical creatures. We’re hardwired to respond to cues in the physical environment. That’s not going to change.” —Frank Rose Author of The Art of Immersion 16
  • 17. 17 NIKE CHALKBOT
  • 18. EA SPORTS BALLS TO BRITS 18
  • 19. JAY-Z & BING DECODED 19
  • 20. SWEDISH POSTAL’S “STEFFAN THE SWOPPER” 20
  • 21. FACEBOOK LIKEBELT 21
  • 22. “As connected devices and services continue to develop, filmmakers will be able to place a story layer over the real world. Inanimate objects and physical locations will become an opportunity to extend stories and engage audiences in ways that propel 21st-century storytelling." —Lance Weiler Story Architect 22
  • 23. A STORYWORLD, NOT A STORYLINE
  • 24. PARTICIPATION MULTI-PLATFORM, NOT CROSS-PLATFORM
  • 25. BLURRING OFFLINE/ONLINE EXPERIENCES PARTICIPATION http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5w2CNB9clw
  • 26. GAMING MECHANICS + AUDIENCE-DRIVEN NARRATIVE
  • 27. SO WHAT? why does all of this matter? 27
  • 28. VALUE TO BRANDS?
  • 29. DIGITAL STORYTELLING ALLOWS US TO TRANSFORM... STATIC CONTENT PASSIVE AUDIENCE INFORMATIVE MESSAGES 29
  • 30. DIGITAL STORYTELLING ALLOWS US TO TRANSFORM... STATIC CONTENT DYNAMIC CONTENT PASSIVE AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION INFORMATIVE MESSAGES INTERACTIVE MESSAGES 30
  • 31. THE KEY HERE IS CONTEXTUALIZED CONTENT 31
  • 32. THE STORY IS OUR CONSTANT BUT TELLING THIS STORY IS OUR VARIABLE 32
  • 33. THANKS See you on the internets. 33