New Edition of Brian Seth Hurst's StoryCentered Column Features Brain Candy's Scott Walker Discussing Fan Fiction and Fan Communities
[itvt] is pleased to present the latest edition of StoryCentered (formerly "StoryCentric"), our video column from Brian Seth Hurst, CEO of The Opportunity Management Company and former second vice chair of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. StoryCentered focuses on the business, technology and art of interactive storytelling, and highlights new technologies and other industry developments that have the potential to fundamentally change the way we create and interact with stories and narratives--in television and beyond.
This edition of StoryCentered sees Hurst discussing fan fiction and fan communities with Scott Walker, president of participatory entertainment specialist Brain Candy, co-founder of the Transmedia LA Group (http://www.meetup.com/Transmedia-Los-Angeles), and founder of Shared Story Worlds (http://sharedstoryworlds.com), a site that explores the creative opportunities and challenges that arise when audiences are invited to contribute to an entertainment experience.
Creative Commons explanation with Brain Seth Hurst and Henry Oh, Founder & CEO, Socialutions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUDeIJfJE_Y