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Dick Hobbs from KitPlus TV interviews DPP MD Mark Harrison, about the background of the DPP, what good operating practices will look like post-pandemic, and the future of AI in media.
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Find out about all the DPP's upcoming events.
The DPP has released its latest set of annual predictions, created by industry experts drawn from its membership.
Every year we run a survey to check in with the whole DPP membership and find out how we’re doing.
DPP Advisory Group: June
2 June 2020
A group of representatives from the DPP membership, which meets quarterly to help us build a better DPP for you.
DPP Advisory Group
10 March 2020
A group of representatives from the DPP membership, which meets quarterly to help us build a better DPP for you
DPP Advisory Group: December
2 December 2020
17 September 2020
We’ll explore analytics, efficiency, the health of the media economy and much more at this invitation-only summit for 50 senior leaders from the membership of the DPP.
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.
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DPP Tech Network
16 March 2020
DPP members meet to discuss IMF technology development, implementation, and AS-11 file delivery.
Home Truths No.16 The DPP 2019 Predictions
Which 8 key themes will dominate the media industry in 2019? Find out what DPP members predict, and what we got right, and wrong, in 2018
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Meet The IMF Pioneers
How are some of the world’s biggest broadcasters implementing IMF for Broadcast & Online in their workflows?
The DPP Test Lab offers guidance and certification to companies who produce products that implement DPP specifications and recommendations.
Discover the five Key Design Principles for any organisation determined to build back better from the turmoil of 2020, and equip your company to succeed, even when the future is unknown.
DPP Tech Network: October
5 October 2020
DPP members meet to hear the latest updates from DPP technical projects, and participate in discussion around them
The DPP has today announced it will become a new entity, Digital Production Partnership Ltd (DPP Ltd), from 1 April.
Sharing insight, experience, and best practice with companies that create video and those that offer production tools and services
‘Burrito economics’ has become a useful shorthand for truly understanding manufacturing costs. But are we any nearer understanding the value relationship between consumers, their content, and how we manufacture and deliver it?
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.
The DPP Tech Leaders’ Briefing is the pre-eminent business intelligence event for the media industry, bringing together the supplier and content provider community.
Your privacy is important to us. Learn how the DPP manages your information.
A new DPP report, Key Design Principles, provides practical guidance, and five foundational components, for any organisation determined to build back better from the turmoil of 2020.
We hold a variety of different events each year – from small and exclusive to large and open. Find out more about different types of DPP event here.
No media company will emerge from the pandemic intending to be the same as it was before. The Design for Tomorrow series will identify the key principles for building back better in the post Coronavirus media economy.
The introduction of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) within the media industry has brought a revolution to media workflow processes for film and television.
The DPP has published a new report for its Members that looks in detail at how AI is being applied in the media industry, and where future potential lies
The DPP today published its annual media industry predictions, in partnership with DPP member company Imagen.
At IBC this year we’ll be continuing the DPP’s mission to deliver business insights and real world implementations of IMF for Broadcast & Online
This latest DPP report gives an unprecedented industry-wide view of the opportunities and challenges of building media workflows in the cloud.
The DPP has today announced the release of a new technical specification to support broadcasters delivering (UHD) programmes
TV and Online advertising have started to converge over the last few years. What does this mean for TV ad sales and operations teams?
Design for Tomorrow, our next major research project, will be an in-depth look at the key principles that will increase resilience and growth in the post Coronavirus media economy.
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.
Bright and early on Tuesday morning, a dedicated group of enthusiastic DPP members turned out at our NAB breakfast briefing.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
The DPP is famous for making the transition to file-based delivery a reality, by developing a family of specifications built on AMWA AS-11.
As a UK Public Service Broadcaster, ITV is regulated by Ofcom, which oversees the provision of accessible content on our broadcast platforms.
The industry continues to split discussions about technology and business practice, but this discourse needs to change, says DPP managing director Mark Harrison.
A report from the DPP’s IMF Breakfast Briefing at IBC 2019
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