Transmedia storytelling

Transmedia storytelling Transmedia storytelling (transmedial historiefortællen) er et omdiskuteret fænomen som eksisterer i skæringspunktet mellem flere akademiske discipliner og kreative praksisser og industrier. Det er bredt forstået en kommunikationsform, som anvender flere forskellige medieplatforme i distributionen af en sammenhængende historie på tværs af disse platforme. Transmedia storytelling adskiller sig fra lignende fænomener som “intermedialitet” (Grishakova […]

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Forfatter Claus Toft-Nielsen
Supplerende læsning

Guynes & Hassler-Forrest 2016, Jenkins 2009a og 2009b, Scolari 2013, Thon 2016, Waade & Toft-Nielsen 2015

Reference

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Guynes, Sean & Hassler-Forrest, Dan (red.) (2017). Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

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Jenkins, Henry (2009b). “Revenge of the Origami Unicorn: The Remaining Four Principles of Transmedia Storytelling.” <http://henryjenkins.org/blog/2009/12/revenge_of_the_origami_unicorn.html> (Set 08. 09.2017)

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