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Ephemeral Media

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Hugh Hancock of Strange Company gives a keynote on machinima
Hugh Hancock of Strange Company gives a keynote on machinima
Barbara Klinger and Paul Grainge discuss ephemeral media
Barbara Klinger and Paul Grainge discuss ephemeral media
Roundtable discussion
Roundtable discussion
John Caldwell gives a keynote on the promotional surround
John Caldwell gives a keynote on the promotional surround
Charlie Mawer, Executive Creative Director of Red Bee Media, provides an industrial perspective on media branding
Charlie Mawer, Executive Creative Director of Red Bee Media, provides an industrial perspective on media branding
William Uricchio provides a historical perspective on ephemeral media
William Uricchio provides a historical perspective on ephemeral media

 

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Ephemeral Media Plenary - Prof. John Dovey
Ephemeral Media Plenary - Hugh Hancock (Strange Company)
Ephemeral Media Plenary - Prof. Barbara Klinger (Indiana)
Ephemeral Media Plenary - Charlie Mawer (Red Bee Media)
Ephemeral Media Plenary  - Prof. William Uricchio (MIT)
What is the point of studying TV idents?
Paul Grainge presenting his findings at RADA, November 2009

 

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Podcast: make_me_smile.mp3

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'Reenactment: Fans Performing Movies Scenes from the Stage to YouTube' - Prof. Barbara Klinger

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‘Machinima’ – Huch Hancock (Strange Company)

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'User-Generated Content: Archeologies, Economies and Ecologies' - Prof. Jon Dovey

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'Web Drama' - Rik Lander (u-soap media)

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"The Insider's Promotional Surround" - John Caldwell

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Perspectives on media branding and design - Charlie Mawer (Red Bee Media)

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The recurrent, the recombinatory, and the ephemeral:thoughts on a textual system in transition - William Uricchio

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Poster from the May 2010 Award Holders eventLink

 

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