Using the case of Game of Thrones, Iain Robert Smith considers what happens to fidelity criticism when a show goes beyond the published material and starts to “adapt” material that has been planned but not yet written by the original author.
In this latest entry in The Aesthetic Turn series, Kyle Conway considers the aesthetic experience of media, using translation and metaphor to turn our attention away from the object and toward our experience of media in the age of convergence.
While a complex production mythology makes Syfy’s ambitious transmedia series/game Defiance unique, the first of two parts explores how this mythology also breeds uncertainty as the franchise’s April debut nears.
While other countries are considering changes to adapt their media laws for convergence, Australia has been a world leader in commissioning major studies that address these challenges head on.
A look back at the highlights of last weekend’s Media in Transition conference.
The most exciting development in television technology showcased at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show was not 3DTV, but web-connected, widget-equipped television sets.