In a very clever move, popular soap opera The Young and the Restless has developed an online magazine and blog for a fascinating blend of fiction and reality. Restless Style is a magazine that is an important part of the YATR storyline, and although fictional, it now exists in the online world so fans can [...]
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Posted in Media and Popular Culture, New Media Literacies, cyberculture, digital fiction, tagged "Young and the Restless", cross-media entertainment, cross-media storytelling, fans on June 21, 2008 | 2 Comments »
Posted in Digital Media Researchers, Media and Popular Culture, New Media Literacies, cyberculture, digital fiction, tagged ARG, arts, cross-media storytelling, fanfiction, fans, gaming, media on October 6, 2007 | Leave a Comment »
Fascinating new blog find (via Christy) – the Extratextuals, a group blog defined as the following: This is a blog about the media. However, with other blogs on television, film, and the media in general, we wanted to carve out a specific niche. So our blog will focus primarily on the extratextuals that surround the [...]
Posted in cyberculture, digital fiction, tagged ARG, cross-media storytelling, fans, gaming, media, new literacies on July 29, 2007 | 5 Comments »
I thought the new Simpsons movie had done some great pre-release marketing but The Dark Knight (thanks Andy for the correct title!) tops all, complete with all sorts of teasers and even an ARG style game that occurred via whysoserious.com.