Home Truths No.19 - 2020 Predictions
How is globalisation creating opportunities, and challenges, in the media supply chain? Plus more 2020 predictions from DPP members
Home Truths No.11 The DPP 2018 Predictions
In 2017 we drew up the first ever DPP predictions. It's time to find out what we got right, what we got wrong, and the next big things for 2018
Home Truths No.7 The DPP 2017 Predictions
The first ever DPP 2017 Predictions, drawn up in consultation with subject matter experts from the whole media supply chain
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
The DPP has released its latest set of annual predictions, created by industry experts drawn from its membership.
The DPP today published its annual media industry predictions, in partnership with DPP member company Imagen.
At this special RTS event the DPP reflected on the key milestones of the last decade, and the probable trends for the next.
RTS London: 2020 Vision: A view from the DPP
11 November 2020
At this special RTS event the DPP will reflect on the key milestones of the last decade, and the probable trends for the next.
Mark Harrison's keynote on how our industry could look after the current crisis.
What topics was the media industry discussing before the Coronavirus pandemic? And how relevant will they look when we emerge from lockdown?
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?
The DPP has published its renowned annual report on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Tech Leaders' Briefing 2019
Grow your business with actionable business intelligence from 32 major customers - broadcasters, content platforms and social and technology giants
Do Brands Hold the Key to the Future of Content?
Content funding models are being disrupted. Who’s calling the shots? Creators, advertisers, consumers – or all three?
A new report from the DPP raises important questions about whether the current content explosion could hit a funding crisis.
Survey Report: Blindsided
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
The DPP warns the professional media industry that it’s in danger of missing highly disruptive new global trends.
Today the DPP published its annual report on the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to its Member companies.
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
Survey Report: Why we get trends wrong
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
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
Survey Report: CES 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
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?
Meet The… Rising Stars
Find out about the ways in which new DPP member start-up companies are busy disrupting existing business models
Home Truths No.3 UHD - For Real
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.8 - The Need For Speed
How will businesses transform in the next 5 years? And how could the very shape of the industry be disrupted?
MediaTech Hub Conference is a B2B event on media technologies, taking place live in Babelsberg, and online on 11-12 November 2020. DPP members receive a 20% discount on all ticket types.
When no one knows how everything works, everyone needs someone who understands something.
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 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 industry continues to split discussions about technology and business practice, but this discourse needs to change, says DPP managing director Mark Harrison.
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