12 August 2021
Learn how to be successful in the DPP Committed to Sustainability programme from both experts and peers.
Home Truths No.20 - Ways of Working: Views from a Crisis
Why doesn’t remote working feel the same as flexible working? What kinds of workplaces do we need now, and in the future? And how can we do more, not less?
Making Innovation Pay
What do we mean by innovation? And how can media companies be effective at identifying and delivering it? This series of three reports reveals the answers as well as the next, largely untapped, focus for media industry innovation.
Nathan explains the Digital Catapult's Machine Intelligence Garage, how it connects to the DPP's work on AI, and how you can get involved.
The UK’s major public service broadcasters have signed up to the Digital Production Partnership (DPP).
This special series of work explores both the business and technical aspects of going live and remote, bringing together insight, case-studies, and market trends.
Innovation is an overused and misunderstood word - and yet there has never been more need for it in the media industry. The Making Innovation Pay series defines what we mean by innovation, and how companies can be effective at identifying and delivering it.
This Design for Tomorrow report explores how the events of 2020 have impacted the world of production, and how companies will now need to set up for success in the future.
The DPP released a new report to its members today on the localisation and versioning processes required for the international distribution of content.
At this extraordinary moment in history, we wanted to capture in real time how people felt - from start of lockdown, to the gradual return to more familiar working.
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.
Discover new business engagements with DPP Innovation Week, and take part in the first-ever research into effective innovation in the media industry with Making Innovation Pay.
Explore sponsorship opportunities with the DPP, to associate your brand with our events and insight.
The DPP has today announced a technical standard for the delivery of Ultra High Definition (UHD) programmes.
The DPP has today announced it will become a new entity, Digital Production Partnership Ltd (DPP Ltd), from 1 April.
The DPP was founded on a simple premise: broadcasters are the ones best placed to make digital easier.
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