In an increasingly global content marketplace, content owners often need to deliver to tens or even hundreds of different VOD platforms. It’s an unprecedented opportunity to maximise the value of content, yet distributors report growing complexity and cost, driven by the huge variety of formats used.
Our exclusive research report, Supplying the VOD Revolution provides an unmissable understanding of the complexities of delivering content to global VOD platforms. Join us at this online event to hear from those who are supplying all this content, and those operating some of the world's biggest VOD platforms. We'll uncover the pain points, and discuss how we can work together to make the supply chain smoother for everyone involved.
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In this session we'll discuss the headlines from our unique in-depth research into VOD supply. Which parts of the workflow cause most pain? Which formats dominate? And what steps could we take to reduce the chaos?
Rowan de Pomerai
Content owners deliver to different platforms all over the world, with different delivery requirements. How are they rising to the challenge? How do they build workflows to manage the increasing complexity? And where do the big challenges lie?
Head of Digital and Monetisation
EVP Global Operations
SVP Media Software Solutions
Whether a global giant or a new entrant, every platform needs to ingest content at high quality and make it available to viewers efficiently. How can they build their own workflows effectively, while building the best relationships with a huge variety of content owners?
Manager, Partner Operations Movies and TV
Director of Product Management
VP Software Engineering & Architecture
Sony New Media Solutions
MovieLabs have been highly active in developing formats for VOD delivery, which are now in use by some of the world's largest platforms. How has the Digital Distribution Framework developed, and why is now the time for us, at the DPP, to get involved?