Encore: Pushing the Envelope using Interactive StoryTelling with Bernie S
September 5, 2018
Hosted by Lori H. Schwartz
On this week's Tech Cat show we wrap up a two part series on creators who are pushing the envelope with storytelling and technology. Bernie Su is a two-time Primetime Emmy award-winning interactive storyteller, creator, and showrunner. He is currently the showrunner of Artificial, the first live audience-interactive science fiction series to debut on Twitch. His previous works include The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, a ground breaking interactive adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The series spawned 70 million views across 160 videos and 35 social media accounts. It won the first Primetime Emmy Award for a YouTube distributed series and was adapted into a novel, thus making it the first novel based on a web series based on a novel. He won his second Emmy for Emma Approved, an interactive re-imagination of another Austen novel, Emma. You'll learn alot about storytelling on this week's TechCat Show with Bernie Su, interactive storyteller.
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Lori H. Schwartz
As the Co-founder for StoryTech, a boutique agency dedicated to informed collaboration between storytellers and technology companies, Lori works with top executives of multiple brands, agencies and content companies to ensure understanding of new and evolving technology and emerging business models. With a focus on the habits of the consumer and the goals of the marketer, Lori provides the latest recommendations for this ever changing media landscape.
Previously, Lori was Chief Technology Catalyst for McCann Worldgroup, North America, where she was responsible for driving technology innovation at one of the world’s largest marketing communications companies, Lori was also one of the key principals to launch the highly regarded Interpublic Media Lab (http://www.ipglab.com). As Senior Vice President she helped to keep clients and agencies ahead of the digital curve.
Lori is a frequent speaker at major industry events as well as private companies and executive summits. She served two terms on the Board of Governors at the Television Academy (Emmys) and has been profiled as one of the “30 Executives Shaping the Evolution of Media and Technology” by Variety and “100 People to Have Lunch with” by MediaPost Publications.
An active spokesperson for mentoring women in tech, Lori launched Digital Hollywood’s “Women’s Entertainment and Technology Mentor Program.” Lori is a recipient of the Lucy Hood Digerati Award for her contributions to the Television Academy.