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National Storytelling Network

National Storytelling Network

Red Internacional de Cuentacuentos / International Storytelling Network Presentation Zen Shortly after he returned to Apple in 1997, Steve Jobs gave an internal presentation to employees from the Town Hall building on the Apple campus (YouTube link below). This was an important presentation to let employees know where the company stood and where it was heading. A typical CEO may have put together a slide deck and run through a kind of SWOT analysis. “This is a very complicated world, it's a very noisy world. Jobs then reminds people that Apple is one of the world’s top brands, right up there with Disney, Nike, SONY, etc. In the presentation, Jobs said that marketing is not about touting features and speeds and megabytes or comparing yourself to the other guys, it's about identifying your own story, your own core, and being very, very clear about what you are all about and what you stand for...and then being able to communicate that clearly, simply, and consistently. “Nike sells a commodity, they sell shoes.

National Storytelling Network Blog | We Grow Storytellers 4 Inspiring Examples of Digital Storytelling Layla Revis is vice president of digital influence at Ogilvy PR Worldwide. Her specialties include international affairs, tourism and multicultural marketing. In 2011, Sundance Film Festival created The New Frontier Story Lab, an initiative created to foster the development of a new style of media production. As media began to depart from traditional, linear films intended for a passive audience, the launch represented an innovative new era in entertainment. The New Frontier Story Lab helped many an interactive narrative come to life. Each of these productions features multiple points of entry across platforms and employs technologies such as facial recognition, augmented reality, geo-location, motion sensors, data visualization and the entire toolset of social and mobile platforms. President of the National Film Board of Canada, Tom Perlmutter's multi-platform interactive productions have also been revolutionizing transmedia. 1. 2. 3. 4. Image courtesy of iStockphoto, shevvers

Storytelling Organizations and Associations Storytelling Organizations and Associations This is a listing of storytelling organizations with an online presence. This list is a compilation of sites obtained from several search engines, and various sites' links lists. The summaries are edited versions of those obtained from the previous sources, unless otherwise noted. A few sites have been personally reviewed by the Storybook Lady and are noted as such. United States National Storytelling Membership Association http:/ 116 1/2 West Main Street Jonesborough, Tennessee 37659 800-525-4514 or 423/913-8201 fax: 423/753-9331 e-mail: Storynet is the online presence for the newly reorganized National Storytelling Membership Association. One highlight is the National Storytelling Directory. The most useful feature of the site is an extensive links directory. California Indian Storytelling Assoc Fox Valley Folklore S

Storytellers Of Ireland - Aos Scéal Éireann - Two Shorten the Road Event - The Outer Banks - North Carolina A 3-day festival presented by Our State Magazine and featuring national, regional and local storytellers, music, food and more. Yarn tellin', foot tappin' Hatteras style! Find us on facebook. Quick Info Address & Phone Hatteras Village Hatteras, NC 27943 About ISC • Experience • International Storytelling Center The power of storytelling is unquestionable. We are all storytellers and we live our lives through a network of stories. The cornerstone of the International Storytelling Center is a belief in a single, immutable principle of life—storytelling. And now, after years of scientific research in 17 different fields, analysts conclude that storytelling is our most powerful tool for effective communication. Each of us has the power to tap into our stories, our narrative assets, to become better communicators—to entertain, to share our history and culture, to spread knowledge, to persuade, to advance a cause, to teach, to dream a vision of the future. The International Storytelling Center is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Our Team Collaboration drives everything we do. Areas of Interest Performance, preservation and professional practice of storytelling Our Story The mission, vision and history of the Center

Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada storytell - Discussions on the art of storytelling - info Storytell, sponsored by the National Storytelling Network, is a forum of more than 500 subscribers worldwide for discussion about storytelling. All persons interested in storytelling are invited to participate. The group reflects viewpoints from around the world of issues and topics concerning the storytelling community. Storytell serves as a source of information on conferences, workshops and events as well as a place to ask (and answer) questions about the origins and variations of stories, the business of storytelling, or organization of storytelling events. Our list of FAQs can be found at 1: Go to 2: You will receive an email from NPOGroups List Manager asking your to confirm your request before it can be processed. 3: Click the Your Preferences link at the top of the screen in the blue bar. 4: Enter the password you want to use for Storytell and click Submit. FORGET YOUR PASSWORD?

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