Multimedia Narrative: Technologies, Content, Platforms

  • Stella Angova University of National and World Economy
Keywords: digital narrative, technological narrative, visual narrative


Many economic sectors are characterized by the production of information whose analysis enables the creation of content for different audiences. After analyzing ads on the global job and recruitment sites was identified the need for narrative professionals in various business sectors with qualifications for software, multiple platforms, and multimedia content.


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How to Cite
Angova, S. (2020). Multimedia Narrative: Technologies, Content, Platforms. Postmodernism Problems, 10(1), 62-68.