Transmedia Storytelling for Good Speaker Series | Wednesday, April 23 @ 6pm

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Transmedia storytelling is an immersive approach told on multiple media platforms, with different parts of the story appearing in different places. The audience/participants can get to know the characters and their world from many different angles, often in real time.

While the transmedia approach has been more often used by big-budget film and television productions, or large marketing campaigns, nonprofits and other socially oriented organizations are successfully building on the power of immersive narrative to get their stories across in an engaging way to spark action.

This event will explore how transmedia storytelling is being used to engage and educate Latino youth in reproductive health issues and is geared toward those working on health, social, environmental and educational issues, whether through nonprofits, public agencies, universities or other groups that want to change the world for the better.

Featured Speaker: Katie Elmore Mota, Executive Producer of East Los High (
Katie Elmore Mota is Producer and CEO of Wise Entertainment, a production company dedicated to creating cutting-edge, socially relevant television, film, and transmedia programming for the Americas and beyond. Previously, she served as VP of Communications and Programs for Population Media Center, an NGO specializing in entertainment-education where she oversaw numerous programs using media for social change around the world. Most recently, she was Producer on MTVLA’s hit telenovela, “Último Año”. Elmore Mota holds an MA in Media Studies from the New School and a B.A. from the University of Vermont.

Networking and registration will take place from 6:00 to 6:30 and our featured speaker will begin at 6:30pm.

Please note, while registration is free, parking is $12 on campus.

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