“None of us can know everything; each of us knows something; and we can put the pieces together if we pool our resources and combine our skills.” Henry Jenkins
Thanks so very much for your interest in Transmedia Seattle!
Need a more expansive guide to transmedia for the project you're working on? Need to digress, but in transmedic way? Need a complete HOW-TO guide for building transmedia that not only hops platforms, but several national borders?
We'll have this and more. Bring a holiday present for the group, even if it's just yourself and look both ways before crossing Broadway to Roy Street Coffee & Tea, who we thank mightily for their cozy and conducive to transmedia location. As always, There is a LOT afoot, Transmedia-wise- and ever less daylight left to see it all, so- WON'T YOU JOIN ME Thursday, December 13th at 7pm- at our favorite coffee shop for another major Transmedia catch-up?
Love and miss yer faces, gang! See you there.
And here's what's been burning a hole in my brain this past month:
How do multi-platform storytellers write transmedia scripts?
The definitive answer is - by any means. We'll have the intrepid Transmedia Seattle team check in on what we've learned about how multi-platform storytelling goes...
Here are some tools. Do you know of how others have done it? Come share!
Some links to further the conversation:
ScoopIt! Transmedia Seattle
The Perfect Transmedia Pitch
A Unified Labeling System for Transmedia Projects
Communicating Your Transmedia Experience
Sherlock- Transmedia Elements, And Why It Works
Web TV, audiences and content producers of the XXI century: challenges and opportunities for creating a new media experience
Transmedia storytelling: what's the alternative to alternate reality games?
Is Bryan Singer’s ‘H+,’ a possible blueprint for dramatic digital series
Writing & Documenting Open Storyworlds and Participatory Stories
Transmedia Podcast – Episode 4 – Reliable Witness
Getting started in Transmedia Storytelling
the writing process and how to initiate a transmedia project
1) Bring a transmedia project that resembles one you want to make
2) How do you see the evolution of WebTV influencing transmedia?
3) How to Pitch a Transmedia Project
4) How to Cast/Plan a Transmedia Team/Project
5) Come ready to share one transmedia producer you'd like to invite to become your mentor.
As always, any questions- just drop me a line -
Brad at [masked].
WAY looking forward to meeting you all, finding out whether you are a hacker, storyteller, educator, presentation expert, photographer, filmmaker, editor, camera gal, activist, game designer, entrepreneur, shaman, or otherwise- and how you hope to use those skills through Transmedia Seattle to produce transmedia worthy of our Seattle.
See ya soon!
We love Roy Street for their location support!!!
Let em know!