Transmedia Brandcasting, Social TV, Social Cinema
Advocate for Social Transmedia Brandcasting Determining that Transmedia represents the focal point of the multicultural revolution Jay O'Conner created the mission to "Bridge the Gap Change Mindsets and Transform Cultures through Love Acceptance & Diversity" television programming. He has gathered an incredible team of professionals who have helped him mold that vision into a premier world class television network and communications company reaching into Motion Pictures, Publishing, Radio and Television. World Colours Network is OUR Network is our premier campaign providing ownership to our investors, employees, and audiences around the world. Our focus is creating a new revenue stream via merchandising product placement opportunities in streaming video on WCN Networks as well as serving the Fashion, Sports and Music Industries monetize content. WCNTV Joins Innovation Leader and Catalyst Michael Moon, CEO, GISTICS to launch Transmedia Storytelling and Brandcasting. Transmedia entails the optimizing brand narratives, multimodal (multi-format, multimedia, multi-device) content, and Web services for mobile, Web, print, packaging, signage, and satellite TV as well as beverages, cosmetics and personal care, events, fashion apparel, food and, industrial design. Trasmedia stories transverse traditional media and most of other mechanisms of culture (cuisine, performing arts, architecture, clothing, etc.), maintaining coherence, fidelity, and resonance of the core narrative of the brand and the brand's innovators. Specialties Interactive Media, Intellectual Property Rights Protection, Transmedia Brandcasting, Social Cinema, Monetizing Streaming Video. While some might find my views a bit radical, I have studied this industry from the day I founded WCN in Atlanta Georgia. I believe I have found a way for Advertisers, Content Owners, Producers, Writers, Artists, and the creative community to access a portion of the 2.2 Trillion that will be spent in Global Entertainment and Media, according to Price Waterhouse Coopers.
“Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'” Martin Luther King Jr.