Replay this Design for Tomorrow webcast exploring how the highest risk part of the industry, Production, can survive the trauma of 2020 and be ready for next time.
This webcast explored how content companies can design their content inventory to be usable and accessible from anywhere.
This webcast explored the key supply chain processes of content receipt, and preparation for distribution and archive.
Watch this discussion of the common principles that need to inform the design of all media businesses in the wake of the pandemic, from our first Design for Tomorrow webcast.
Key Design Principles
27 August 2020
We reveal the common principles that need to inform the design of all media businesses in the wake of the pandemic, in the first of our Design for Tomorrow series.
Content Preparation: Building the agile media factory
24 September 2020
Join us in this Design for Tomorrow webcast to explore the key supply chain processes of content receipt, and preparation for distribution and archive.
Libraries and Archives: Managing media inventory
1 October 2020
Content companies need their content inventory to be usable and accessible - from anywhere. Find out how this can be achieved in the next Design for Tomorrow webcast.
Content Creation: Producing ingenuity
15 October 2020
2020 has been traumatic for production. How can the highest risk part of the industry be ready for next time? Find out at this special Design for Tomorrow webcast.
Distribution: Delivering for audiences
29 October 2020
How can consumers gain access to the content they want, when they want, at the quality they want? Our penultimate Design for Tomorrow webcast asks the experts.
26 November 2020
What kinds of business relationships will we need in the future? Our final Design for Tomorrow webcast explores how suppliers and customers can best support one another.
Watch Next Gen Supply Chain - a matter of life & death? An executive round table web event featuring Discovery, Sky, UKTV, ViacomCBS and Vubiquity.
An exclusive new initiative to enable the next generation of media AI solutions, created in partnership with Digital Catapult
The DPP and its News Exchange working group has been busy collaborating on the development of a minimum metadata specification for exchanging news content between UK Broadcasters and agencies.
A summary of the technical document formats published by the DPP.
The DPP today announced that it will partner with SMPTE to develop a specification for a new version of the IMF.
The DPP has announced the release of a new implementation guide: DPP Metadata Exchange for News.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
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