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How mature is the media supply chain, and the content supply chain - and what can our industry learn about optimisation and excellence in other sectors? DPP CEO Mark Harrison dived into this topic with Mike Yorwerth, a technology and business executive who has been Chief Technology Officer at Marks & Spencer and Chief Architect and Technology Director at Tesco, two of the biggest retailers in Europe, to find out.Show NotesDPP Editorial Director Edward Qualtrough introduces DPP CEO Mark Harrison and Mike Yorwerth, an experienced retail CTO, as Mark and Mike discuss the challenges of retail supply chains, sustainability, managing multidisciplinary teams and what retail can teach other sectors.
Are we on the brink of an automated localisation revolution? The demand for localised and versioned content has never been greater, as consumers seek more content - in more languages - that reflects their locale. Yet specialist localisation companies, which are going through a boom, are struggling to keep up.In The Future of Localisation, the DPP explored emerging technologies including machine learning, image analysis, speech to text, and synthetic media to see how tech innovations are helping bridge the gap.Show NotesTo discuss innovations and trends in localisation, DPP Editorial Director Edward Qualtrough is joined by:Geoff Stedman, CMO | SDVIScott McCarthy, Vice President Head of Dubbing | Dreamworks AnimationElodie Powers, Service Line Director, Global Audio Development, Streaming & Broadcast | Keyword StudiosIra Dworkin, Managing Director - Communications, Media & Entertainment | FPT SoftwareRowan de Pomerai, CTO | DPPMore information about the DPP's The Future of Localisation report can be found here.
How do you make SVOD work? And how do you make FAST channels work? Paramount+ and Pluto TV EVP and International General Managers, Marco Nobili and Olivier Jollet, join the DPP podcast to talking about their roles leading Paramount's subscription and ad-funded services outside of the US.Show NotesDPP Editorial Director, Edward Qualtrough, is joined by: Marco Nobili, Executive Vice President and International General Manager of Paramount+Olivier Jollet, Executive Vice President and International General Manager Pluto TVMarco and Olivier discuss technology innovations, leading international media operations, maintaining your startup culture in a large corporate, developments in AdTech, using artificial intelligence in media and entertainment, lessons from 111 years creating and delivering video to customers, and why ultimately content will always be king.
What are the challenges of leading the technology function at a 290-year-old arts institution, which is also in the broadcast and streaming business as well as the retail, hospitality and cultural heritage sector? In the February 2023 episode of the DPP podcast, Editorial Director Edward Qualtrough sits down with Royal Opera House CTO James Whitebread at its Covent Garden base in London to discuss digital transformation initiatives supporting its work on and off stage.Show NotesDPP Editorial Director, Edward Qualtrough, is joined by Chief Technology Officer at the Royal Opera House, James Whitebread, to discuss technology leadership and transformation initiatives at the organisation - including video projects in rehearsal studios are helping some of the world's leading classical dance and music artists hone their work.
DPP Editorial Director, Edward Qualtrough, is joined by DPP CEO Mark Harrison to learn about why the Consumer Electronics Show is now a business tech event, with industry driving the major disruptions and innovations.And at the DPP's CES Breakfast Briefing to discuss the big trends we hear from:Peter Elvidge, Director, Media & Entertainment | CognizantLaura Jenner, Director of Product, CS&D | ITVPeggy Rieckmann, Account Representative | VubiquityRead the report here - CES 2023: What consumer trends mean for the media industry.
In this episode, DPP Editorial Director Edward Qualtrough speaks with:Chris Crichlow - Head of LIVE Broadcast & Production Operations, Europe, TikTok [2min 17sec]Julia Hatfield - Head, News Platform Capability Management, Thomson Reuters [5min 55sec]Andy Bell - Chief Engineer, Channel 4 [9min 50sec]Alpa Junemann - Head of Marketing and Viewer Experience, Technology, Channel 4 [9min 50sec] Robert Amlung - Head of Digital Strategy, ZDF [14min 47sec]Juliet Bramwell - Director, Telco, Media & Entertainment, UKI, Google Cloud [17min 12sec]Rick Capstraw - Chief Growth Officer, Signiant [22min 30sec]Sandra Smith - Director of Production, Banijay UK [25min 31sec]Abdul Hakim - Business Development Manager, DPP [27min 48sec]Members can download CEO Mark Harrison’s DPP Leaders’ Briefing 2022 report here.
In this episode, enabled by Qvest, DPP Editorial Director Edward Qualtrough is joined by:Lucy O’Brien - Chief Technology Officer, EMGPaul Charleston - Principal, QvestLucy discusses the true vision of the story-centric newsroom, and how innovations in the news gathering have moved faster than in production and delivery of news. And Paul says the days of a ‘one product to rule them all’ newsroom strategy are no more as organisations will look to integrate best-of-breed products to suit their needs.More information about the DPP's Tomorrow’s News series can be found here.
In this episode, enabled by Mulesoft, DPP CTO Rowan de Pomerai is joined by:Daniel Elias - Global Director of Production & Media Workflows, Vice MediaMichele Gauthier - Global Director, Production Transformation, Vice MediaOliver Wynn - Distinguished Solution Engineer, MulesoftMichele and Dani share the production transformation journey at Vice, and Oliver discusses the integration opportunity - as well as how other sectors outside of media and broadcasting are delivering business value with integration.More information about the DPP's Making Integration Work series can be found here.
In this episode, enabled by Signiant, DPP CEO Mark Harrison and CTO Rowan de Pomerai speak with Signiant CEO Margaret Craig and ITV ITV Director of Business Transformation for Content, Supply and Distribution, Zoe Carter. Margaret shares her views on whether streaming players are really a differentiator for media companies, and Zoe discusses where broadcasters need to look to their media supply chain for technology innovation - with the ultimate goal of providing great content and experiences for the consumer.You can read Mark Harrison’s summary report of the European Broadcaster Summit here. The two closing plenary panel sessions, discussing getting the best out of innovation and evolving market relationships, are available to view on demand here.
In this episode, enabled by Dell Technologies and Dalet, DPP CEO Mark Harrison and CTO Rowan de Pomerai speak to Elena Corchero, Director of Events, Emerging Tech & Innovation at Dow Jones.Corchero discusses her experience as a researcher and media professional, and explains how organisations balance market research on the latest trends with their own in house expertise to know which bets to make.Watch the CES 2022 webcast on demand here, and read the summary report here. We’ll next report back to you after the European Broadcaster Summit.
With 31 media companies presenting their top strategic priorities, The Leaders' Briefing had a lot to digest. So now the dust has settled, Rowan sat down with a trio of guests to reflect on what they learned, and talk about what they're excited for in the year ahead.In this episode, enabled by Dalet, DPP CTO Rowan de Pomerai speaks to:Zoe Carter, Director of Business Transformation, Content Supply and Distribution, ITVEwan Johnston, Director of Strategic Alliances and Partners, DaletEdward Qualtrough, the DPP's new Editorial DirectorWatch The Leaders' Briefing on demand here, and read the summary report here. We'll see you in the new year!
As the leader of a company at the forefront of the media industry's transition to cloud and SaaS, Signiant CEO Margaret Craig wrote 'The Signiant SaaS Manifesto' to explain how cloud technology has created massive efficiencies and new opportunities across the media supply chain.In the manifesto, Margaret shares her thoughts from conversations with countless customers and partners, highlighting many of the common challenges that industry leaders have faced on their cloud journeys.For a limited time only, the manifesto is open for everyone to download, coinciding with the DPP's 2021 Leaders' Briefing. In this podcast episode, Mark asks Margaret why she wrote the paper, what it says, and why she called it a manifesto.Download the manifesto here.And find more on The Cloud for Media from the DPP here.
In 2020, exclusive DPP research explored the use of cloud in media companies. Why were organisations moving workflows to the cloud? How could they form a strategy to deliver that migration?In 2021, the DPP's new series 'The Cloud for Media' investigated the rate of cloud adoption across four specific media worfklows in four reports:Automating MediaCloud Post ProductionCloud PlayoutStreaming at ScaleIn this podcast episode, Mark and Rowan discuss some of the most surprising findings from the series, including the fact that cloud adoption has been shaking up established relationships between media and technology companies. 
Almost every aspect of life can now be found as a form of live streamed content. This democratisation of live content has created a boom with huge implications for the professional media industry and its suppliers.This year, the DPP produced 'Going Live and Remote', a trilogy of three reports to analyse this remarkable development:Live Remote Production looked at how and where live content is now being produced.The Business of Live delved into the market for live content and the emergence of 'live direct to consumer'.Working Live explored what these changes mean for the workforces that bring live content into existence.In this podcast episode, Mark and Rowan reflect on the series. Is this content type the next big disrupter? Did the pandemic change the way live content is made forever? Featuring guests Helen Killeen, Director of Production Non Scripted UK at ITV Studios, and Marcos Gonzalez-Flower, Head of Media Practice at Atos. 
Will Covid-19 Change The Way We Work? charted the experiences of a media industry navigating through a pandemic, back in July 2020.It made some significant discoveries about the changes in working practices and business realities brought on by the coronavirus. Yet it seems as though the year since has seen very little progression of the discussion about the future of our work practices.Senior industry figures comment that two or three days a week in the office will be the norm, despite the fact that few organisations have reconciled that with their property strategy. And such sweeping generalisations ignore the diversity of roles and requirements across our industry. As just one example, our recent report, Working Live explored the wide reaching impacts of remote production on the schedules and lives of those working in live production. They certainly don't equate to two days a week.So what are we to do about it? Join Mark and Rowan as they embrace the detail, and challenge us all to tackle the next layer of questions.
What question did Mark ask the BBC's Director General that brought a flat 'no'; and what was Rowan's most depressing innovation experience? Stand by for some frank confessions as Mark and Rowan reflect on the DPP's recent work on innovation, and how it makes them reconsider their own experience.Hungry for more innovation? Take a look at our recent reports and webcasts below.Making Innovation Pay - reports: Innovation Pay - webcast: Innovation Week - video on demand:
Following the DPP's popular recent report, Live Remote Production, Mark and Rowan take a candid look at the future of remote production. To what extent has the growth of remote been driven by the pandemic? Will production teams rush back to the OB trucks as soon as they can? And which of the 5 production models defined in the report will really matter for the future?DPP members can download the Live Remote Production report.Plus, replay the Live Remote Production webcast, featuring Atos, BBC News, Jackshoot, Promod Esports, Ross Video & Sky Sports.The DPP Committed to Sustainability programme is open to anyone.
At a time when the absence of trade shows is placing greater pressure than ever on customers and suppliers to find effective ways of engaging with each other, the DPP podcast asks: How did business get so messy?Is there really a problem - and is it new? Did the pandemic make it worse? And what can media companies do to cut through the noise? Covering everything from marketing-speak to email effectiveness, cold calling to the future of the tradeshows, Mark, Rowan and Jayne share some tips on how the DPP has changed its marketing approach based on data-driven decision making. And how the industry as a whole might approach business relationships in the future.Find out more about DPP Innovation Week: 
Our recent report and webcast explored the big trends from CES 2021. But what stood out? What trends didn't make the cut? And what do Mark and Rowan really think about it all?The DPP's CES 2021 coverage:Download the DPP CES report: the CES 2021 webcast: things we mentioned:DPP Innovation Week: Leaders' Briefing: Predictions 2021:
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