The second report in our Design for Tomorrow series looks at the key supply chain processes of content receipt, and preparation for distribution and archive.
The volume, type and version of content demanded by consumers can now change overnight.
So what does it take to always meet those demands successfully whatever the circumstances?
Our experts discuss the best practices they’ve identified around areas such as:
No media company will emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic intending to be the same as it was before. Every company will seek to redesign itself so that it can operate more effectively in any future global crisis. Design for Tomorrow is a series of six special reports and six webcasts - each the product of bespoke research across the DPP membership.
Design for Tomorrow is a unique collaborative piece of research being conducted across the whole DPP membership. We're lucky enough to have a number of expert partners supporting us across the whole project. All of our sponsors are closely involved in the introductory Key Design Principles work which sets the framework for the whole series. And each sponsor is also an active participant in one or more areas of work that best represent their area of expertise.
Content Preparation - Expert Sponsors
SDVI Corporation was founded on the premise that there is a better way to run and optimize media facilities. Modern technical approaches can help, but this challenge is not entirely technical - it’s also fundamentally commercial. SDVI ... read more.
Design for Tomorrow - Lead Sponsor
SDVI Corporation was founded on the premise that there is a better way to run and optimize... read more.
Design for Tomorrow - Supporting Sponsor
Design for Tomorrow - Expert Sponsors
It is difficult to underestimate the effect of the global pandemic on the media industry. ... read more.