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Episode 221: Bernie Su, co-creator of 'Artificial'

The No Proscenium Podcast

Release Date: 11/01/2019

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Jay Rinsky, the founder, CEO, and creative director of the NYC based Little Cinema is back on the show to talk about the arrival of Little Cinema Digital. This new venture from the production company has seen the theatre professionals pivot into creating a video platform of their own.

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Bernie Su is the multiple Emmy winning showrunner, co-creator, and executive producer of 'Artificial,' the first scripted narrative series on Twitch which also won Twitch its first Emmy.

Bernie's been at this for a while, with 'The Lizzie Bennet Diaries' being one of the seminal works of the transmedia age. 

As live immersive and interactive creators look to expanding their work across mediums -- just check out our last podcast episode for an example -- we thought it would be a good time to check in on how the parallel track of online interactive storytelling has matured in the last half-decade.

Plus: updates on our Patreon campaign and on the HERE Summit in 2020.