Which innovative tools, services, workflows and resources enable innovation? How do new content creators approach the creative process? In what way do they work differently from traditional
television production companies and what can their TV counterparts learn from them? At #mthcon you will receive an exclusive presentation from the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) on their groundbreaking research into the future of production and find answers to all the
questions above. Don’t miss the chance to explore the findings of this in-depth, qualitative production business survey at #mthcon. This
research has never been presented anywhere else in Europe before.
From a small digital agency to a major Hollywood studio, the DPP (UK) takes a deep dive into a wide range of creative companies of different sizes and with different specialisms
to define innovation and best practice in next generation production. Mark Harrison, Managing Director of the DPP, and Nic Kemp, Workflow Consultant & DPP
Associate will deliver the insights.
The DPP is the media industry’s international business network, providing insights, technology change leadership and market opportunities. It brings together over 400 companies spanning the whole
content supply chain from providers to technology companies, from global giants to exciting new startups to solve problems and create opportunities. The new DPP survey covers cloud workflows,
cloud and on-premise storage, media management and metadata, archive, reuse and stock footage, creative tools, remote editing, shaping, view and approve, collaborative team working, acquisition
tools and workflows, connectivity, security, planning, administration and resource allocation, scripting and monetisation to name but a few areas.
Which innovative tools, services, workflows and approaches represent best practice for digital production? Why do pioneering companies produce a wider range of content types more quickly and with
a greater range of tools? Mark Harrison and Nic Kemp are going to present the research results and answer your questions.
Mark Harrison spent many years as a director, producer and executive producer. He has won numerous awards for his filmmaking, including an International Emmy and a BAFTA nomination. In 2015 Mark
became Managing Director of the DPP, which he founded. His interest in production innovation and business change led to him being appointed Controller of Production for BBC North in 2010, and
later Director of Transformation in the BBC’s Design and Engineering group. Nic Kemp is an independant workflow and innovation consultant. Having started her career in some of the UK’s leading
post production houses, Nic built a wealth of experience designing and implementing workflows for large-scale transformational projects for organisations including the BBC, News UK, London Live
& Financial Times. She works both independently and as an associate of the Digital Production Partnership (DPP).
Please note that there is a second DPP slot at #mthcon. Take part in “The best Ways of Versioning” workshop presented by Rowan de Pomerai, Head of Delivery and Growth at DPP.
Find out how you can build a content supply chain that allows you to localise your content efficiently. You can’t be a global player unless you’re a local player too. Learn about the
Interoperable Master Format (IMF) and understand its impacts on versioning, metadata, QC and distribution.