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DOI: 10.31921/doxacom
Issue number: 29, July-December 2019

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Víctor Álvarez Rodríguez Universidad de Cádiz, España
victor.alvarezro@alum.uca.es
Title The digital transmedia narrative composition of the storytelling of Lost Summary Analysing the transmedia narrative through the virtual environment means recognizing the communication model used by television fiction today and the behaviour of its audience. Thanks to the development of digital media, numerous audio-visual productions have addressed these platforms to transmit and expand their narrative. The pioneering production in this field is the fantasy genre series Lost (2004-2010). Therefore, this research proposes a methodology of analysis of the narrative discourse of three transmedia works in order to identify and study their repercussions in the final narrative of the work. In particular, the digital transmedia construction of the story is analysed in short films, ARGs and videogames. All of this in search of the recognition of a single common narrative formed thanks to different media and languages. Likewise, the connection and dedication of the community of followers of the series with these proposals will also be explored. Keywords Narrative, transmedia, fiction, television, audience.

 

doi: https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n29a5

 

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