There is now more content commissioned and made for consumption online than for broadcast. With this shift in content consumption has come significant changes to the culture and process of how content is made. Emerging new consumer trends suggest further dramatic changes to come.
The Digital Production Partnership works closely with the whole media supply chain – from the global tech giants, to the major networks, to production companies and digital agencies. This unique access gives us extraordinary insight into the way the media landscape is being transformed.
In this special presentation DPP Managing Director Mark Harrison shares the findings from recent DPP work with online experts such as the makers of Carpool Karaoke, Fulwell 73 and the first big Netflix natural history landmark, Silverback. He also draws on DPP research with Netflix, Facebook, Google, Apple and others – as well as years of insight on consumer trends from the CES show. It’s all brought together in ten top tips you can’t do without.
This event is part of Digital Cities and is hosted at BBC Media City on Tue 14th November.
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