This presentation was given at the 100th National Communication Association Conference in Chicago on November 21, 2014. This presentation reflects the work I have done with Pooky Amsterdam to understand the nature and potential of virtual world television as reported in the Journal of Virtual World Research. This presentation was awarded one of the Top […]
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There is a two-for-one today over at Virtual World Television, as we focus today on Beyer Sellers and the VWTV program Metanomics. Learn more about the struggles of producing in Second Life from Beyer Sellers: Dealing with Second Life.
This post comes from our presentation at Web Science 2012 this past June in Evanston, Il. We are in the process of preparing this study’s results for further conferences as well as a monograph. Introduction Along with producer Pooky Amsterdam of PookyMedia (whom I met producing earlier research ), we have begun a study to analyze […]
I’ve been using this blog to deconstruct research I’ve done that are interesting vignettes of findings, but perhaps in need of a non-traditional method of publication. In one such paper that I’ve been deconstructing, I’ve already discussed the Ghost Hunters live special episodes for how they incorporated online technologies as well as the virtual living rooms created […]
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