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Digital Storytelling Post 4 - Conclusion

in conclusion, my research – discussed in my previous post – brought back some very mixed responses to my original question of if how television audiences use social media during and after watching television shows hinders or enhances the watching experience as a whole. 265 more words

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Digital Storytelling Post 3 - My Findings

To get a better idea of if how television audiences use social media during and after watching television shows hinders or enhances the watching experience as a whole.  585 more words

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Digital Storytelling Post 2 - What Have Other People Said?

In my last post I briefly touched on the rise in audience participation while watching television. This increase in audience participation has led to television creatives in the television industry to believe that the traditional television is… 557 more words

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Digital Storytelling Post 1 - Introduction

Social media has been on the rise for years and these days more and more people are watching television shows whether they be live entertainment or the newest episode of Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead while simultaneously or afterwards interacting with content and creating content on social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Reddit. 319 more words

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Virtual Reality, Audiences and Media

Convergence can be described as “The flow of content across multiple media platforms, the cooperation between multiple media industries and the migratory behaviour of media audiences” (Jenkins, H. 1,116 more words

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Week 6 Digital story telling

Hung, C.-M., Hwang, G.-J., & Huang, I. (2012). A Project-based Digital Storytelling Approach for Improving Students’ Learning Motivation, Problem-Solving Competence and Learning Achievement. Educational Technology & Society, 15(4) 712 more words

Telling it digitally!

How we interact in digital era:

Those who study Media and Communications must have at least once come across the phrase “The medium is the Message” coined by Marshall McLuhan. 884 more words

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