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Video content and storytelling is also a popular medium, but there are production limitations, including still being primarily remote, Burrell-Stinson said.

From Digiday

The project was a powerful reminder that the past is not past — and that digital storytelling can strengthen the bonds between generations.

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Google says this new initiative will feature “an enhanced storytelling experience that lets people go deeper into more complex stories.”

The film also invokes other unusual storytelling elements, such as playing out alternative scenes to explore what might have been.

Interactive storytelling can be considered one such use of the recent technological advances in the virtual marketing industry.

People hunger for good storytelling in whatever form that it comes.

I think he sometimes got it confused, particularly in his storytelling.

Comments like these are precisely the reason Kent finds, and I suspect we all find, storytelling to be invaluable.

But researchers say recall and storytelling work on the brain in unique ways.

This book is a virtuosic performance in original and tricksterish storytelling.

She had been talking all the afternoon, and had wound herself up to the storytelling pitch.

She remedied her blunder on the next storytelling occasion with Blue Beard.

The most memorable result, indeed, of their storytelling compact, was Mrs. Shelley's wild and powerful romance of Frankenstein.

"Yes," struck in Mrs. Protherick, eager to have a share in the storytelling.

In the theatre, as in storytelling, he was not unready to work to bouts-rimés.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to storytelling, such as: best-seller, book, drama, fable, fantasy, and imagination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.