Discovered on the Internet and known as a storyteller with a unique vision, writer and producer Daniel Knauf, best known as the creator of "Carnivàle" on HBO, has ditched Hollywood and struck out on his own to mine the field of transmedia.
With a beta project made public called "Haunted," Knauf's new company, BXX, is jumping feet first into the transmedia world.
Difficult to separate the plot from the technology, "Haunted" is best described as a fictional story that follows paranormal investigators working inside an abandoned house tormented by supernatural events.
With readers juggling their tablets, mobile phones, laptops and more as they consume the news, journalists have an opportunity to create a new kind of story. Transmedia storytelling means dividing chunks of a story across multiple p... Read Post
Daniel Knauf, creator of the HBO series Carnivàle, has developed a new multiple camera storytelling format called BXX (intro video). The first BXX creation is a paranormal thriller entitled “Haunted.” The story takes place in a smal... Read Post