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Transmedia Design & Production

RTF 426: Transmedia Design & Production (Spring 2015)

Students in this course will learn how to leverage social media and other web-based platforms to create an integrated, interactive online experience revolving around a singular media property (e.g. an independent film, television series, podcast). The course will cover transmedia methods of content production, storytelling and promotion, paying special attention to the importance of unity of content across platforms. Upon completion of the course, students will have developed, proposed, created, and presented a transmedia experience based on their own media property.

All students are expected to begin the course with either an existing media property or a project for which a significant amount of pre-production has already been completed.

  • Spring 2015 offering of RTF 426 counts as capstone requirement.  After registering for course, see your advisor to complete paperwork to have 426 count as capstone requirement on your STAR report.
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