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Transmedia Services Rise of Pervasive Communications Today's most desirable target markets, Millennial young adults and Generation Z ‘tweens and teens, have come of age in a time of pervasive communications. As a result they are far more media savvy, interpersonally connected, and able to express themselves than any previous generation. The problem faced by corporations and big media is that many are communicating on old broadcast models, where the narrative is linear, the medium stands alone, and the narrative is only running one way. A new toolset and new techniques are necessary to reach and engage mass audiences in the digital age.

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Collected Quotes from Albert Einstein [Note: This list of Einstein quotes was being forwarded around the Internet in e-mail, so I decided to put it on my web page. I'm afraid I can't vouch for its authenticity, tell you where it came from, who compiled the list, who Kevin Harris is, or anything like that. Still, the quotes are interesting and enlightening.] Our Team Creativity is making something out of nothing. It’s what we did with Red Six Media, and it’s what we enjoy doing for our clients.The Red Six appeal is growing in Baton Rouge and across the Gulf South. Get your popcorn ready. Kristen Morrison Co-Owner + Account Manager Happiness is only real when shared with the client.

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Honestly WTF Throughout the long history of the Olympics have been some really great poster designs. In celebration of the start of the winter games in Sochi, here is a little roundup of some of my favorite posters thus far. It’s no wonder the oldies are the goodies. Several weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting milliner Nick Fouquet in his killer studio space in Venice Beach, California, located on the historical shopping Boulevard, Abbot Kinney. Finding his store is kind of like finding a gem: you have to search. Montecarlo - Barcelona, Spain., Química visual. OFFICIAL PROFILE Montecarlo, born in Barcelona, Spain. BA in Fine Arts and MBA in Film and TV. Started his career as a comic-book author (writer & artist) and video maker. Since then he has written feature films and has script-doctored other film projects (fiction & documentary). He has directed short films and 3D animation series, taking charge of the script, the storyboard and direction.

Transmedia Journalism Principles Jump to: Previous Page: “Where Journalism Has Gone Before”Spreadable | DrillableContinuous and SerialDiverse and Personal in ViewpointImmersive | ExtractableOf Real Worlds | Inspiring to Action Next page: Building Transmedia Journalism “There are no new ideas in the world. Only a new arrangement of things.” — Henri Cartier-Bresson Almost Transmedia Futures of Entertainment: Archives For more than a year now, I've written about taking a transmedia approach to journalism and how that approach can be best accomplished. I'm not talking in this sense about giving conglomerates the chance to squeeze more blood from the stone, to get three times as much work from half as many journalists, or else the myth of the uberjournalist, where one person should be sent into the field to take the pictures, do the story, get video, and then come back to write the story, publish the photographs, put the video up on the Web, appear on the TV station, and so on. Instead, what I mean is finding the best platform possible to tell the story in, to use each medium to its strengths. As I wrote back in that July post linked to above, "The problem is simply that convergence, as a buzzword, is too broad.