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Brunhild Bushoff on Mon, 19 Sep 2005 18:18:39 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> [event] [Munich] __call for participation__FUTURE TV WORKSHOP October 4 - 10 2005


____sagas_______________________________call for participation___________

FUTURE TV Workshop
Workshop Leader: Raimo Lang, YLE, Helsinki
Guest Speakers:
Richard Adams, Perfectly Normal Productions, UK
Marc Price, BBC , UK
October 4 - October 10 2005
Venue: Film Academy, Munich, Germany

In this creative workshop participants will develop fiction concepts for
IT=
V
in teams. The workshop will in the first place focus on the exploration
of
the potential for interactive, participatory TV programme enabled by
combining traditional broadcast with mobile and/or internet
applications.

The workshop  will be held in English and will take place at the Film
Academy Munich, Germany

__The training is aiming in the first place at professionals
(developers, writers, producers, designers, programmers, artists,
researchers...)
 coming from MEDIA member countries. Applicants coming from other
countries
please=20
contact the sagas office for details.

__There is a limited budget available for travel and/or hotel funding.
In case you need to apply for this please make sure to contact the sagas
office=20
before SEPTEMBER 20.

__sagas writing interactive fiction is a non-profit training initiative
in
the frame of the
 MEDIA Plus Programme of the EU and is aiming at furthering
innovative story-based content creation for interactive media.

More details and application forms available at <http://www.sagas.de>

Preliminary Timeschedule FUTURE TV Workshop

Tuesday, October 4 2005: Arrival Day
7.30 p.m. Meet & Greet
 =B3Touring through the group=B2 =AD Participants introducing themselves

Wednesday, October 5 2005: Rules and principles of the work area

9.15 a.m. Brunhild Bushoff
Opening Speech

9.30 a.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Introduction Lecture: Narratives, interaction and TV =AD
what=B9s possible, what works best Television as collective and
individual
narrative space: professional storytelling and amateur participation =AD
Different ways of planning and organizing fictional interactivity
through
broadcasting Theory and cases + group exercises

12.00 a.m. LUNCH

1.00 p.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Setting up narrative theme and designing user functions
in interactive cross media Theory + practice and group exercises

2.30 p.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Social design, concept design and usability/interface
design: three levels and phases of design Practical theory

Thursday, October 6 2005: Dynamics and dramaturgy behind the idea

9.15 a.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Content and context writing for i-TV =AD how to write &
design creatively in a user centered manner Process, event and
action-reaction: basic situational elements of interaction Building
dramati=
c
individual interactive experience =AD combination of old and new
dramaturgy
Practical theory and group exercise: preparing for a project

11.00 a.m. Marc Price
Guest Lecture

12.30 a.m. LUNCH

1.30 p.m. Raimo L=E5ng
 Structure and dramaturgy in interactive narrative:
genres of interaction in TV/cross media settings Practical theory and
cases
+ exercise: defining a project idea further

2.30 p.m. Guest speaker: Richard Adams
Combining broadcast channels: content for TV, iTV, broadband and mobile
This presentation examines the way in which content creators can utilize
and exploit multiple channels in so called superdistribution of content.
Looking at existing ways in which broadcasters use all the channels,
mobileTV,
iDTV, broadband etc we will examine how independents can exploit the
opportunities presented by this explosion of technology.
We will also look at how the delivery affects the form of the content
and
the golden opportunity for interactivity as well as strategies for fully
exploiting
the strengths of the different technologies using one piece of content.

4.00 p.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Project session 1: grouping + group exercise for next day

Friday, October 7 2005: Step by step concept development

9.15 a.m. Raimo L=E5ng
Presentation of exercise work + discussion

11.00 a.m. Raimo L=E5ng
User tasks and behavior patterns: how to develop step
by step cross media environment motivating, interesting and rewarding
theory
+ supervis
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