Oh, the bounty of interactive doco listening I have for you today. Coming up on Sunday on ABC Radio National’s Future Tense program is segment called The Documentary in the Digital World.
The segment brings together a bunch of people from the world of interactive doco who are definitely worth listening to, including Dr Kate Nash from the University of Tasmania, Canadian director Katerina Cizek (One Millionth Tower) and Ingrid Kopp, director of digital initiatives at the Tribeca Film Institute.
If you can’t wait until Sunday to get listening, try instead the podcasts that came out of the ABC and UTS’s Radio Beyond Radio conference last week. There are a range of sessions on how radio makers can embrace the developments in digital and online technologies, including Gary Hayes on Precious Alchemy or Worthless Chemistry, The Perceived vs. Actual Values of Transmedia Storytelling, Nathan Anderson, Stephen Barrass, Robert Iolini, David Ogilvy and Katrina Sedgwick on Making it Real: Conceptualising and Realising Stories Across Multiple Platforms, and Natalie Kestecher, Jaye Kranz, Noelle Janaczewska and Sherre Delys on The Performed Documentary just to get you started.
*Image from One Millionth Tower
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