Exploring the future of content distribution over IP
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Delivering the IP Future sheds light on the technologies that will enable the media and entertainment industry to deliver an all-IP future for content distribution.
The DPP today released an important new report which looks at the challenges posed by the transition to full IP distribution of content to consumers.
The DPP has today unveiled its Technical Standards for delivery of Live Television programmes.
For a number of years we have been working with news organisations to facilitate collaboration and information exchange.
The DPP has today released two documents that extend the functionality of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) through the development of an Auxiliary Image Sequence Plug-in.
The DPP released a new report to its members today on the localisation and versioning processes required for the international distribution of content.
How will smart media companies make their business decisions in 2020? How will a broadcaster’s CTO decide which new technology areas are worthy of their team’s attention?
The DPP today announced the development of a proof of concept to demonstrate how component-based workflows using IMF can be applied to advertising use cases.
A report from the DPP’s IMF Breakfast Briefing at IBC 2019
As a UK Public Service Broadcaster, ITV is regulated by Ofcom, which oversees the provision of accessible content on our broadcast platforms.
The component of IMF which causes the most questions and occasionally confusion is the “Output Profile List” or OPL.
“It’s time to start”. If you’ve ever been to a Blue Man Concert, you know the significance of this statement.
The introduction of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) within the media industry has brought a revolution to media workflow processes for film and television.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
The DPP, in collaboration with the NABA and AMWA, is delighted to announce the adoption of AMWA AS-11 X9: MXF Program Contribution – NABA DPP HD (AVC)
The DPP has announced the release of a new technical specification to support the mastering and international exchange of content
The DPP today announced that it will partner with SMPTE to develop a specification for a new version of the IMF.
The DPP has today announced a technical standard for the delivery of Ultra High Definition (UHD) programmes.
The DPP has today announced Common Technical Delivery Standards for High Definition Commercials/Sponsorship and Promotions/Presentation material.
The DPP was founded on a simple premise: broadcasters are the ones best placed to make digital easier.
The DPP has released a set of standardised UK Quality Control Requirements
The DPP has announced today, in a dedicated DPP session at IBC, that UK broadcasters BBC, ITV and Channel 4 will move to file-based programme delivery from 1 October 2014.
The DPP has unveiled its new Technical and Metadata Standards for File-Based Programme Delivery in the UK.
The DPP has today unveiled common technical standards for tape delivery of HD and SD TV programmes to all major UK broadcasters.
The UK’s major public service broadcasters have signed up to the Digital Production Partnership (DPP).
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