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The journey of storytelling can be sectioned based on the mode of storytelling -
As old as 30,000 B.C. where primitive art would portray the different cultures and lifestyles.
The masses with cave paintings and murals reflecting the episodes of hunting, or any rituals.
Around 1000 B.C. ago, Greek mythology and legends were discovered and gained prominence

The journey of storytelling can be sectioned based on the mode of storytelling -
As old as 30,000 B.C. where primitive art would portray the different cultures and lifestyles.
The masses with cave paintings and murals reflecting the episodes of hunting, or any rituals.
Around 1000 B.C. ago, Greek mythology and legends were discovered and gained prominence

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3. History of storytelling.pptx

  1. 1. History of storytelling
  2. 2. Traditional form of Storytelling The journey of storytelling can be sectioned based on the mode of storytelling - As old as 30,000 B.C. where primitive art would portray the different cultures and lifestyles. The masses with cave paintings and murals reflecting the episodes of hunting, or any rituals. Around 1000 B.C. ago, Greek mythology and legends were discovered and gained prominence
  3. 3. Traditional form of Storytelling
  4. 4. Modern form of storytelling A newspaper was a novel concept until “Modern newspapers” took over the stage in the 1700s. The first of its kind was curated in 1709 through three plates having yellow, blue and red coloured inks. The very first newspaper was launched and circulated in 1690 with the name - Publick Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestic, following which the first Boston Newsletter was released in 1704 titled ‘The Statute of Anne’
  5. 5. Modern form of storytelling • 1949 - a publishing company named Salem Press was ventured by Frank N Magill in New York. • One of his major contributions is print magazines which were initiated when bulk printing took place. • With the invention of ‘Magical Box’ in 1939, the journey of television started as a medium for mass communication with the function of informing, educating and entertaining the masses. • Post Franklin Roosevelt’s broadcast on NBC, there was a surge in the sales of television sets and got fixated on the living rooms of the masses. • The year 1972 had the invention of the very first commercial video game console indicating the prominence of interactive storytelling. • Music videos started gaining popularity in the 1980s which started giving songs and music a visual dimension.
  6. 6. Modern form of storytelling • websites and blogs social media platforms • Facebook, • Twitter, • Instagram, • LinkedIn, & • Snapchat

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