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Storisphere: from TV watching to community story telling

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>08/2013
<mark>Journal</mark>IEEE Communications Magazine
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Conventional television services have been increasingly challenged by the more interactive and user-centric video sharing applications. With the growing popularity of social networks and video services, users are becoming the editors and broadcasters of their own stories. User-generated video content, which provides unique perspectives from individuals, is likely to be the new medium to complement professional broadcast TV for story sharing, especially in user communities of specific interest. We have developed Storisphere to provide a web-based collaborative video content workspace for members of a community to compose and share video stories, using desktop or mobile devices. Storisphere is currently being evaluated for video storytelling by various user communities.

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