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Anatomy of a Highly Successful TransMedia StoryWorld – “Conspiracy for Good”

May 5, 2011

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What makes a successful cross-platform or transmedia project? Are there key ingredients? What’s the secret sauce? THE AUTHORS REPORT:  “With the Conspiracy For Good, our definition of a successful transmedia project is one that utilizes technology to deliver story content and engage an audience in original and novel ways.  We intentionally created a story that […]

TransMedia Strategies with Multi-Screen Delivery – Now In High Demand in 2011

May 4, 2011

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SOURCE HEADLINE (May 4, 2011):  The explosion in syndicated content, easily embeddable code, and the torrents of clips coming to the Web are paying off in streaming media pretty much everywhere. According to the third annual survey of web media companies by D S Simon, 85% of them now carry video, representing an increase of […]

TLP in Spec Development on Reality Webisode Series Integrating GigWalk

May 4, 2011

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Gigwalk is a TransMedia dream.  It poses opportunities for numerous StoryWorlds and Brand Integrations.  That’s why TLP decided to develop a reality webisode series integrating this unique technology into a “stream of consciousness” StoryWorld inside a webisode reality series which integrates select National Brands.  Stay tuned for updates on the integrated webisode series, graphic novel, […]

TransMedia Workshop in LA – In Attendance April 25

May 3, 2011

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The global demand for producers familiar with the process of developing transmedia content (across several mediums like games, mobile, television and film) for studios and networks is on the rise.  This 4-hour event at the Beverly Hills Hotel was the first of its kind and unique in the world, delivering practical, how-to TransMedia training led […]

TLP TransMedia Strategies for Broadcast News Outlets

May 2, 2011

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THE NEWS ABOUT THE NEWS.  “Nearly half of respondents (48 percent) said their primary source of news and information is the Internet, an increase from 40 percent who said the same a year ago. Younger adults were most likely to name the Internet as their top source —55 percent of those age 18 to 29 […]