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Join us at GSummit 2013 (SF, 4/16-18) for 3 days of workshops, sessions, panels and networking dedicated to understanding how to drive behavior in consumers, employees and stakeholders. Top experts in the fields of gamification, loyalty, CRM, enterprise, human resources and training converge at this one-of-a-kind event to share best practices, startling insights and the science of behavior in a unique, engaging and jam-packed format.
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Thursday, April 18 • 8:40am - 9:00am
Redefining Story for TV, Movies and Transmedia in the Gamification Era

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It used to be enough just to give consumers 22 minutes of quality content, once a week, year after year, to be successful. Today, media consumption has dramatically changed. Where TV used to be the distraction, now viewers use second and third screens - a distraction from the distraction. This change, both demographic and technological, forces us to reimagine the nature of storytelling and narrative in an unprecedented way. Viewers today want to lean forward (and you need them to), become part of the action, engage with characters and each other in new and exciting ways, and shape the outcome. But how do we do this without ceding total control to the audience and reducing the main reason they "pay" to be with us in the first place? Join Tim Kring, Transmedia expert and creator of the blockbuster TV programs Heroes and Touch, as he shares his insights about how to tell stories in this new lean-forward era that consumers are willing to pay for with time and money.

 

Key Takeaways:






  • How to use story to encourage participation in the real world.



  • How to build stories for a multi platform universe.



  • How to work with brands now that they are key to reaching an audience.





 


Speakers

Thursday April 18, 2013 8:40am - 9:00am
Main Stage Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 8th Street, San Francisco, CA

Attendees (58)