DPP insight reports provide valuable intelligence on the most important topics in media and technology. More information about our upcoming research can be found here.
Cloud in News & Views
Supplying the VOD Revolution defines a reference workflow for the supply of content from distributors and aggregators to platforms. It exposes the pain points felt by implementers of these workflows, and explores the web of standards and formats in use today.
Our Next Gen Supply Chain report explores how some major content companies have adopted software defined, cloud led supply chains - and asks what this approach could mean for the media industry more widely
The DPP has published its renowned annual report on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
“It’s time to start”. If you’ve ever been to a Blue Man Concert, you know the significance of this statement.
Today the DPP published its annual report on the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to its Member companies.
Catch up on how productions are surviving and thriving in lockdown with this video of our online event.
Find out how member company Overcast HQ has benefited from taking part in the DPP Committed to Security Programme
What topics was the media industry discussing before the Coronavirus pandemic? And how relevant will they look when we emerge from lockdown?
When the pandemic ends, will businesses simply return to the way they worked before? Or will our working practices have been changed forever?
Like every other business, we’re having to rethink how the DPP will operate in the months ahead. Here are a few things we thought you might like to know.
The DPP has today released a groundbreaking new report exploring how production companies are now using the cloud as a key production tool.
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 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 industry continues to split discussions about technology and business practice, but this discourse needs to change, says DPP managing director Mark Harrison.
Change is perhaps the only constant in our industry. And the landscape has certainly changed a lot in the last few decades.R
When a new format comes along, it’s important that there are great tools available to make it easy to explore, test and use.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
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.
I may be the luckiest guy in the media industry.
Two years ago, the DPP set out to make IMF a reality for both our members and the industry as a whole, through technical work and implementation support.
The DPP has released its latest set of annual predictions, created by industry experts drawn from its membership.
The DPP has announced the release of a new implementation guide: DPP Metadata Exchange for News.
The DPP has extended its Committed to Security Programme to the whole media industry – including companies which are not Members of the DPP.
The DPP today announced the launch of an important new programme designed to help suppliers demonstrate their commitment to best security practice.
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.
Cloud in Insight
Next Gen Supply Chain
Will companies with next generation supply chains have a competitive advantage? We explore what major content companies adopting software defined, cloud led supply chains could mean for the media industry.
Next Gen Production
From a small digital agency to a Hollywood studio, how are production companies using the cloud as a key production tool? And are they gaining a competitive advantage?
Tech Leaders' Briefing 2019
Grow your business with actionable business intelligence from 32 major customers - broadcasters, content platforms and social and technology giants
Home Truths No.18 – The Localisation Challenge
How do the relationships between media companies around the localisation and versioning processes required for international distribution need to change?
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
Home Truths No.12 Building The Media Cloud
What would it take to create ideal cloud environments for media? We explore the requirements for building the media industry cloud
Home Truths No.10 Automation
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?
10 Things You Need to Know About Going Live Online
Which online platforms do professional content producers need to consider? How to get set up and deliver your content effectively online
Survey Report: The Business Benefits of IP Production
The first ever assessment of where companies can expect to see the greatest ROI from committing to IP-based production
Meet The… Rising Stars
Find out about the ways in which new DPP member start-up companies are busy disrupting existing business models
10 Things You Need to Know About Location Workflows
What are the roles, activities and technologies that give everyone the best chance of managing the pressures of location working successfully?
Home Truths No.5 Putting Trust in the Cloud
What does it takes to build trust in new, cloud-based services? How do you mitigate the impact of security breaches – and in the process improve your business operations?
The Coming Storm?
How are cloud technologies and processed being applied to broadcast technologies and key media business areas?
Technology Leaders' Briefing 2018
Actionable business intelligence from 17 major technology customers - broadcasters, platforms and technology giants. Their top 3 priorities revealed.
The Production Business
The first ever survey of how production companies produce, completed by 57 production companies of all sizes and kinds
Meet The… UK Broadcasters 2016
What types of relationships do broadcasters want as they migrate away from a hardware-centric operation to a software and cloud-driven world?
Home Truths No.6: Could Content Data Make You Rich?
What are the opportunities for efficiency and revenue that could come from making better use of data collected throughout the content creation chain?
The Reluctant Revolution
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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