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The Business Benefits of IMF

10.04.2018

This guide helps influencers and decision makers from content supply companies understand the financial and operational benefits of adopting IMF

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Delivering the IP Future

30.01.2020

Which technologies will enable the media and entertainment industry to deliver an all-IP future for content distribution?

MEMBERS

CES 2020

16.01.2020

How do trends from the world’s most famous technology show affect the media and entertainment industry, and how have they changed over the last decade?

MEMBERS

Tech Leaders' Briefing 2019 Report

17.12.2019

Grow your business with actionable business intelligence from 32 major customers - broadcasters, content platforms and social and technology giants

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Business Benefits of IMF for Advertising

06.09.2019

How will component-based workflows bring efficiencies across the advertising supply chain and unlock new commercial opportunities using IMF?

MEMBERS

Home Truths No.17 – Preparing for a post broadcast world

06.06.2019

What are the challenges posed by the transition to full IP distribution of content to consumers? How can we ensure smooth delivery of a fully IP future?

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Survey Report: Blindsided

27.02.2019

Are you in danger of missing highly disruptive trends? Find out what new trends in technology, global media markets and consumer behaviours mean for media

MEMBERS

CES 2019

17.01.2019

Discover the trends from CES 2019 that will have profound implications for media companies, in the context of a decade’s worth of CES trend data

MEMBERS

Technology Leaders' Briefing 2018

04.12.2018

Actionable business intelligence from 17 major technology customers - broadcasters, platforms and technology giants. Their top 3 priorities revealed.

MEMBERS

Survey Report: Why we get trends wrong

26.02.2018

Do media professionals have blind spots when it comes to the technologies they believe really matter? More effective technology trend analysis.

Survey Report: CES 2018

18.01.2018

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show by analysing not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events

Home Truths No.10 Automation

28.09.2017

What happens when the media industry is no longer in control of the future of media? And where will machine learning and AI take the industry next?

Survey Report: CES 2017

19.01.2017

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show. We analyse not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events.

Survey Report: Decoding CES

19.01.2017

What were the most significant trends from CES over the last 7 years? And what do they tell us about the future of technology and the media?

10 Things You Need to Know About Location Workflows

06.12.2016

What are the roles, activities and technologies that give everyone the best chance of managing the pressures of location working successfully?

Home Truths No.4 VR- Who Needs It?

10.05.2016

What will be the impact of immersive technologies? DPP members believe it wil be on the creation of experiences - particularly for VR and 360° Video

Home Truths No.3 UHD - For Real

25.01.2016

Major change is never about technology; it’s about users. So what will drive take-up of UHD? And what do producers and consumers really want from it?

Home Truths No.2 Trust Me - I'm A File

26.10.2015

How can content be guaranteed safe in a new world of file-based working? How can sellers reduce anxiety and deliver the benefits of new technologies?

10 Things You Need to Know About Ultra High Definition

31.07.2015

What is UHD? What do the technical terms mean? And how it will affect TV production? Designed for the non-techical reader

Home Truths No.1 Reaching Nirvana - Over IP

13.07.2015

Do we know what IP production and broadcast really mean? Where are we on the technology journey? And what exactly are the business benefits?

The Creative Revolution

01.05.2013

"How are digital technologies changing creativity? Is the partnership between creativity and technology being strained by change – or invigorated?"

The Coming Storm?

01.03.2013

How are cloud technologies and processed being applied to broadcast technologies and key media business areas?

The Reluctant Revolution

01.09.2011

What are the barriers to end-to-end digital for production? And how could changes in the market, technology and processes tear those barriers down?

MEMBERS

The Business Benefits of IMF

10.04.2018

This guide helps influencers and decision makers from content supply companies understand the financial and operational benefits of adopting IMF

MEMBERS

Delivering the IP Future

30.01.2020

Which technologies will enable the media and entertainment industry to deliver an all-IP future for content distribution?

MEMBERS

CES 2020

16.01.2020

How do trends from the world’s most famous technology show affect the media and entertainment industry, and how have they changed over the last decade?

MEMBERS

Tech Leaders' Briefing 2019 Report

17.12.2019

Grow your business with actionable business intelligence from 32 major customers - broadcasters, content platforms and social and technology giants

MEMBERS

Business Benefits of IMF for Advertising

06.09.2019

How will component-based workflows bring efficiencies across the advertising supply chain and unlock new commercial opportunities using IMF?

MEMBERS

Home Truths No.17 – Preparing for a post broadcast world

06.06.2019

What are the challenges posed by the transition to full IP distribution of content to consumers? How can we ensure smooth delivery of a fully IP future?

MEMBERS

Survey Report: Blindsided

27.02.2019

Are you in danger of missing highly disruptive trends? Find out what new trends in technology, global media markets and consumer behaviours mean for media

MEMBERS

CES 2019

17.01.2019

Discover the trends from CES 2019 that will have profound implications for media companies, in the context of a decade’s worth of CES trend data

MEMBERS

Technology Leaders' Briefing 2018

04.12.2018

Actionable business intelligence from 17 major technology customers - broadcasters, platforms and technology giants. Their top 3 priorities revealed.

MEMBERS

Survey Report: Why we get trends wrong

26.02.2018

Do media professionals have blind spots when it comes to the technologies they believe really matter? More effective technology trend analysis.

Survey Report: CES 2018

18.01.2018

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show by analysing not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events

Home Truths No.10 Automation

28.09.2017

What happens when the media industry is no longer in control of the future of media? And where will machine learning and AI take the industry next?

Survey Report: CES 2017

19.01.2017

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show. We analyse not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events.

Survey Report: Decoding CES

19.01.2017

What were the most significant trends from CES over the last 7 years? And what do they tell us about the future of technology and the media?

10 Things You Need to Know About Location Workflows

06.12.2016

What are the roles, activities and technologies that give everyone the best chance of managing the pressures of location working successfully?

Home Truths No.4 VR- Who Needs It?

10.05.2016

What will be the impact of immersive technologies? DPP members believe it wil be on the creation of experiences - particularly for VR and 360° Video

Home Truths No.3 UHD - For Real

25.01.2016

Major change is never about technology; it’s about users. So what will drive take-up of UHD? And what do producers and consumers really want from it?

Home Truths No.2 Trust Me - I'm A File

26.10.2015

How can content be guaranteed safe in a new world of file-based working? How can sellers reduce anxiety and deliver the benefits of new technologies?

10 Things You Need to Know About Ultra High Definition

31.07.2015

What is UHD? What do the technical terms mean? And how it will affect TV production? Designed for the non-techical reader

Home Truths No.1 Reaching Nirvana - Over IP

13.07.2015

Do we know what IP production and broadcast really mean? Where are we on the technology journey? And what exactly are the business benefits?

The Creative Revolution

01.05.2013

"How are digital technologies changing creativity? Is the partnership between creativity and technology being strained by change – or invigorated?"

The Coming Storm?

01.03.2013

How are cloud technologies and processed being applied to broadcast technologies and key media business areas?

The Reluctant Revolution

01.09.2011

What are the barriers to end-to-end digital for production? And how could changes in the market, technology and processes tear those barriers down?

MEMBERS

The Business Benefits of IMF

10.04.2018

This guide helps influencers and decision makers from content supply companies understand the financial and operational benefits of adopting IMF

MEMBERS

Delivering the IP Future

30.01.2020

Which technologies will enable the media and entertainment industry to deliver an all-IP future for content distribution?

MEMBERS

CES 2020

16.01.2020

How do trends from the world’s most famous technology show affect the media and entertainment industry, and how have they changed over the last decade?

MEMBERS

Tech Leaders' Briefing 2019 Report

17.12.2019

Grow your business with actionable business intelligence from 32 major customers - broadcasters, content platforms and social and technology giants

MEMBERS

Business Benefits of IMF for Advertising

06.09.2019

How will component-based workflows bring efficiencies across the advertising supply chain and unlock new commercial opportunities using IMF?

MEMBERS

Home Truths No.17 – Preparing for a post broadcast world

06.06.2019

What are the challenges posed by the transition to full IP distribution of content to consumers? How can we ensure smooth delivery of a fully IP future?

MEMBERS

Survey Report: Blindsided

27.02.2019

Are you in danger of missing highly disruptive trends? Find out what new trends in technology, global media markets and consumer behaviours mean for media

MEMBERS

CES 2019

17.01.2019

Discover the trends from CES 2019 that will have profound implications for media companies, in the context of a decade’s worth of CES trend data

MEMBERS

Technology Leaders' Briefing 2018

04.12.2018

Actionable business intelligence from 17 major technology customers - broadcasters, platforms and technology giants. Their top 3 priorities revealed.

MEMBERS

Survey Report: Why we get trends wrong

26.02.2018

Do media professionals have blind spots when it comes to the technologies they believe really matter? More effective technology trend analysis.

Survey Report: CES 2018

18.01.2018

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show by analysing not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events

Home Truths No.10 Automation

28.09.2017

What happens when the media industry is no longer in control of the future of media? And where will machine learning and AI take the industry next?

Survey Report: CES 2017

19.01.2017

Unique insight into the world’s most famous technology show. We analyse not only the show itself, but how it relates to previous CES events.

Survey Report: Decoding CES

19.01.2017

What were the most significant trends from CES over the last 7 years? And what do they tell us about the future of technology and the media?

10 Things You Need to Know About Location Workflows

06.12.2016

What are the roles, activities and technologies that give everyone the best chance of managing the pressures of location working successfully?

Home Truths No.4 VR- Who Needs It?

10.05.2016

What will be the impact of immersive technologies? DPP members believe it wil be on the creation of experiences - particularly for VR and 360° Video

Home Truths No.3 UHD - For Real

25.01.2016

Major change is never about technology; it’s about users. So what will drive take-up of UHD? And what do producers and consumers really want from it?

Home Truths No.2 Trust Me - I'm A File

26.10.2015

How can content be guaranteed safe in a new world of file-based working? How can sellers reduce anxiety and deliver the benefits of new technologies?

10 Things You Need to Know About Ultra High Definition

31.07.2015

What is UHD? What do the technical terms mean? And how it will affect TV production? Designed for the non-techical reader

Home Truths No.1 Reaching Nirvana - Over IP

13.07.2015

Do we know what IP production and broadcast really mean? Where are we on the technology journey? And what exactly are the business benefits?

The Creative Revolution

01.05.2013

"How are digital technologies changing creativity? Is the partnership between creativity and technology being strained by change – or invigorated?"

The Coming Storm?

01.03.2013

How are cloud technologies and processed being applied to broadcast technologies and key media business areas?

The Reluctant Revolution

01.09.2011

What are the barriers to end-to-end digital for production? And how could changes in the market, technology and processes tear those barriers down?

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DPP Tech Network: March 2020

The slides from the DPP Tech Network quarterly meeting, March 2020.

Committed to Sustainability Programme T&Cs

These T&Cs are to be used by companies participating in the DPP Committed to Security Programme when completing the Checklist.

Committed to Sustainability Mark Usage Guidelines

This Mark Usage Guideline provides guidance and sets out the conditions for using the Committed to Sustainability Mark(s).

Committed To Sustainability Guidance Notes

Information on how to collect and interpret the information needed for your Committed to Sustainability response.

DPP Auxiliary Image Sequence

This white paper describes how DPP006 (Auxiliary Image Sequence) can enhance the Interoperable Master Format to enable compositing workflows.

DPP006 IMF Plug-in for an Auxiliary Image Sequence

This Recommendation defines an IMF plugin for an Auxiliary Image Sequence, allowing overlays to be treated as components in an IMF workflow.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles

This DPP Recommendation defines a series of profiles for exchanging live video across IP networks for contribution and distribution.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles Appendix B

Appendix B of DPP001 - containing heatmaps, media profiles, and stream profiles used for selecting Live IP profiles.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP HD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP HD Specification for air-ready master files.

SMPTE TSP 2121

This link will take you to the SMPTE website where you can find the TSP 2121 suite of IMF documents for broadcast and online adopters.

AMWA AS-11 X9

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X9 Specification for air-ready master files (to North America).

AMWA AS-11 X6

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X6 draft Specification for the delivery of HD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X5

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X5 draft Specification for the delivery of UHD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X1

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X1 Specification for UHD air-ready master files.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP SD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP SD Specification for air-ready master files.

DPP Live Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of Live programmes to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Promos and Presentation [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of HD Promotions and Presentation material to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Commercials and Sponsorship [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of HD Commercials and Sponsorship material to UK broadcasters.

DPP AS-11 File Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of programmes using the AMWA AS-11 DPP file format.

DPP IMF Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for delivery of programmes in the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) using SMPTE TSP 2121.

DPP003 Carriage of User Metadata in TSP 2121

This DPP Recommendation defines usage of common user metadata elements and their carriage in SMPTE TSP 2121-1 IMF Packages.

DPP002 Metadata Exchange for News

An implementation framework to enable exchange of a minimum metadata set between systems and news organisations.

Supplement for Surround Sound

This document explains how to make an AS-11 UK DPP HD file with surround sound that includes the Dolby proprietary metadata.

Supplement for Super16mm

This document details the requirements for delivering programmes to UK Broadcasters which have been produced using Super16 film.

Supplement for HDR

This document provides guidance on the technical and operational practices used during the production of HDR programmes.

QC Requirements

This document describes the QC checks required to deliver a valid AS-11 DPP that meets technical requirements of UK broadcasters.

Eyeball QC Report Template

This document provides an example template for recording the results of an “eyeball” quality check in a standardised report.

DPP Supplement - PSE Devices

This document contains a list of products that have been agreed by the UK broadcasters to competently perform PSE testing.

MEMBERS

DPP005 IMF Operational Guidance

This Guidance document helps adopters to make sense of IMF standards, specifications and terminology, and understand their impact on workflows.

MEMBERS

DPP004 IMF QC Workflows

This Guidance document provides an overview of how QC processes can be adapted to suit component based media workflows, using formats such as IMF.

Metadata Exchange for News Infographic

A one-page explainer highlighting the key benefits that have been mapped to the Planning, Acquire & Finish, and Delivery stages of framework

MeX for News Delivery 5b

An example file showing a complex Delivery Structure from the output of a Newsrooom MAM system at the Delivery stage where clips have unique rights/restrictions.

MeX for News Delivery 5a

An example file showing a simple Delivery Structure from the output of a Newsrooom MAM system at the Delivery stage.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 4b

An example file showing the output of a local field edit in the Acquire & Finish stage, with an in-field edit comtaining clips originating from multiple sources.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 4a

An example package made up of clips from multiple sources at the Acquire & Finish stage. One clip is original, one copied from another device, and one from a new device.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 3b

An example file showing the output of a capture device in the Acquire & Finish stage with an internal edit on the camera.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 3a

An example file showing the output of a local field edit in the Acquire & Finish stage with an in-field edit and clips originating from the same source

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 2b

An example file showing the output at a capture device during the Acquire & Finish stage with two short clips that are stored as a contiguous file.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 2a

An example file showing the output at a capture device during the Acquire & Finish stage with two recorded clips, one with a keyframe.

MeX for News Planning 1b

An example file showing the output of a Newsroom planning system at the Planning stage. The story has been assigned to be sent to 1 capture device.

MeX for News Planning 1a

An example file showing the output of a Newsroom planning system at the Planning stage. The story has been assigned to 2 devices both receiving the same metadata.

Committed to Security Programme Terms & Conditions

These T&Cs are to be used by companies participating in the DPP Committed to Security Programme when completing the Broadcast and/or Production Checklist.

Committed to Security Mark Usage Guidelines

This Mark Usage Guideline provides guidance and sets out the conditions for using the Committed to Security Broadcast and/or Production Mark(s).

Committed to Security Production Checklist

This Production Checklist contains a minimum set of cyber security controls that are deemed necessary for companies that process content on behalf Productions

Committed to Security Production Checklist User Guide

This document explains each control that is identified in the Production Checklist and is designed to help you when completing the Checklist.

Committed to Security Broadcast Checklist User Guide

This document explains each control that is identified in the Broadcast Checklist and is designed to help you when completing the checklist.

Committed to Security Broadcast Checklist

This Broadcast Checklist contains a minimum set of cyber security controls that have been identified by broadcasters for their suppliers

Delivery Requirements: TG4

The delivery requirements site for TG4

Delivery Requirements: BT Sport

The delivery requirements site for BT Sport

Delivery Requirements: Sky

The delivery requirements site for Sky

Delivery Requirements: Channel 5

The delivery requirements site for Channel 5

Delivery Requirements: Channel 4

The delivery requirements site for Channel 4

Delivery Requirements: ITV

The delivery requirements site for ITV

Delivery Requirements: BBC

The delivery requirements site for the BBC

MEMBERS

DPP Tech Network: March 2020

The slides from the DPP Tech Network quarterly meeting, March 2020.

Committed to Sustainability Programme T&Cs

These T&Cs are to be used by companies participating in the DPP Committed to Security Programme when completing the Checklist.

Committed to Sustainability Mark Usage Guidelines

This Mark Usage Guideline provides guidance and sets out the conditions for using the Committed to Sustainability Mark(s).

Committed To Sustainability Guidance Notes

Information on how to collect and interpret the information needed for your Committed to Sustainability response.

DPP Auxiliary Image Sequence

This white paper describes how DPP006 (Auxiliary Image Sequence) can enhance the Interoperable Master Format to enable compositing workflows.

DPP006 IMF Plug-in for an Auxiliary Image Sequence

This Recommendation defines an IMF plugin for an Auxiliary Image Sequence, allowing overlays to be treated as components in an IMF workflow.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles

This DPP Recommendation defines a series of profiles for exchanging live video across IP networks for contribution and distribution.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles Appendix B

Appendix B of DPP001 - containing heatmaps, media profiles, and stream profiles used for selecting Live IP profiles.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP HD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP HD Specification for air-ready master files.

SMPTE TSP 2121

This link will take you to the SMPTE website where you can find the TSP 2121 suite of IMF documents for broadcast and online adopters.

AMWA AS-11 X9

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X9 Specification for air-ready master files (to North America).

AMWA AS-11 X6

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X6 draft Specification for the delivery of HD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X5

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X5 draft Specification for the delivery of UHD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X1

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X1 Specification for UHD air-ready master files.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP SD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP SD Specification for air-ready master files.

DPP Live Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of Live programmes to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Promos and Presentation [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of HD Promotions and Presentation material to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Commercials and Sponsorship [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of HD Commercials and Sponsorship material to UK broadcasters.

DPP AS-11 File Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of programmes using the AMWA AS-11 DPP file format.

DPP IMF Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for delivery of programmes in the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) using SMPTE TSP 2121.

DPP003 Carriage of User Metadata in TSP 2121

This DPP Recommendation defines usage of common user metadata elements and their carriage in SMPTE TSP 2121-1 IMF Packages.

DPP002 Metadata Exchange for News

An implementation framework to enable exchange of a minimum metadata set between systems and news organisations.

Supplement for Surround Sound

This document explains how to make an AS-11 UK DPP HD file with surround sound that includes the Dolby proprietary metadata.

Supplement for Super16mm

This document details the requirements for delivering programmes to UK Broadcasters which have been produced using Super16 film.

Supplement for HDR

This document provides guidance on the technical and operational practices used during the production of HDR programmes.

QC Requirements

This document describes the QC checks required to deliver a valid AS-11 DPP that meets technical requirements of UK broadcasters.

Eyeball QC Report Template

This document provides an example template for recording the results of an “eyeball” quality check in a standardised report.

DPP Supplement - PSE Devices

This document contains a list of products that have been agreed by the UK broadcasters to competently perform PSE testing.

MEMBERS

DPP005 IMF Operational Guidance

This Guidance document helps adopters to make sense of IMF standards, specifications and terminology, and understand their impact on workflows.

MEMBERS

DPP004 IMF QC Workflows

This Guidance document provides an overview of how QC processes can be adapted to suit component based media workflows, using formats such as IMF.

Metadata Exchange for News Infographic

A one-page explainer highlighting the key benefits that have been mapped to the Planning, Acquire & Finish, and Delivery stages of framework

MeX for News Delivery 5b

An example file showing a complex Delivery Structure from the output of a Newsrooom MAM system at the Delivery stage where clips have unique rights/restrictions.

MeX for News Delivery 5a

An example file showing a simple Delivery Structure from the output of a Newsrooom MAM system at the Delivery stage.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 4b

An example file showing the output of a local field edit in the Acquire & Finish stage, with an in-field edit comtaining clips originating from multiple sources.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 4a

An example package made up of clips from multiple sources at the Acquire & Finish stage. One clip is original, one copied from another device, and one from a new device.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 3b

An example file showing the output of a capture device in the Acquire & Finish stage with an internal edit on the camera.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 3a

An example file showing the output of a local field edit in the Acquire & Finish stage with an in-field edit and clips originating from the same source

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 2b

An example file showing the output at a capture device during the Acquire & Finish stage with two short clips that are stored as a contiguous file.

MeX for News Acquire & Finish 2a

An example file showing the output at a capture device during the Acquire & Finish stage with two recorded clips, one with a keyframe.

MeX for News Planning 1b

An example file showing the output of a Newsroom planning system at the Planning stage. The story has been assigned to be sent to 1 capture device.

MeX for News Planning 1a

An example file showing the output of a Newsroom planning system at the Planning stage. The story has been assigned to 2 devices both receiving the same metadata.

Committed to Security Programme Terms & Conditions

These T&Cs are to be used by companies participating in the DPP Committed to Security Programme when completing the Broadcast and/or Production Checklist.

Committed to Security Mark Usage Guidelines

This Mark Usage Guideline provides guidance and sets out the conditions for using the Committed to Security Broadcast and/or Production Mark(s).

Committed to Security Production Checklist

This Production Checklist contains a minimum set of cyber security controls that are deemed necessary for companies that process content on behalf Productions

Committed to Security Production Checklist User Guide

This document explains each control that is identified in the Production Checklist and is designed to help you when completing the Checklist.

Committed to Security Broadcast Checklist User Guide

This document explains each control that is identified in the Broadcast Checklist and is designed to help you when completing the checklist.

Committed to Security Broadcast Checklist

This Broadcast Checklist contains a minimum set of cyber security controls that have been identified by broadcasters for their suppliers

Delivery Requirements: TG4

The delivery requirements site for TG4

Delivery Requirements: BT Sport

The delivery requirements site for BT Sport

Delivery Requirements: Sky

The delivery requirements site for Sky

Delivery Requirements: Channel 5

The delivery requirements site for Channel 5

Delivery Requirements: Channel 4

The delivery requirements site for Channel 4

Delivery Requirements: ITV

The delivery requirements site for ITV

Delivery Requirements: BBC

The delivery requirements site for the BBC

MEMBERS

DPP Tech Network: March 2020

The slides from the DPP Tech Network quarterly meeting, March 2020.

Committed to Sustainability Programme T&Cs

These T&Cs are to be used by companies participating in the DPP Committed to Security Programme when completing the Checklist.

Committed to Sustainability Mark Usage Guidelines

This Mark Usage Guideline provides guidance and sets out the conditions for using the Committed to Sustainability Mark(s).

Committed To Sustainability Guidance Notes

Information on how to collect and interpret the information needed for your Committed to Sustainability response.

DPP Auxiliary Image Sequence

This white paper describes how DPP006 (Auxiliary Image Sequence) can enhance the Interoperable Master Format to enable compositing workflows.

DPP006 IMF Plug-in for an Auxiliary Image Sequence

This Recommendation defines an IMF plugin for an Auxiliary Image Sequence, allowing overlays to be treated as components in an IMF workflow.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles

This DPP Recommendation defines a series of profiles for exchanging live video across IP networks for contribution and distribution.

DPP001 Live IP Profiles Appendix B

Appendix B of DPP001 - containing heatmaps, media profiles, and stream profiles used for selecting Live IP profiles.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP HD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP HD Specification for air-ready master files.

SMPTE TSP 2121

This link will take you to the SMPTE website where you can find the TSP 2121 suite of IMF documents for broadcast and online adopters.

AMWA AS-11 X9

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X9 Specification for air-ready master files (to North America).

AMWA AS-11 X6

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X6 draft Specification for the delivery of HD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X5

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X5 draft Specification for the delivery of UHD short form content.

AMWA AS-11 X1

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 X1 Specification for UHD air-ready master files.

AMWA AS-11 UK DPP SD

This link will take you to the AMWA website where you can find the AS-11 DPP SD Specification for air-ready master files.

DPP Live Delivery Requirements [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of Live programmes to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Promos and Presentation [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirements for the delivery of HD Promotions and Presentation material to UK broadcasters.

UK HD Commercials and Sponsorship [Template]

This document outlines the technical requirement