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DPP unveils new members and 2015 roadmap

DPP unveils new members and 2015 roadmap
David Wood
08 May 2015

Sohonet, Sony, Channel 5 and post production facilities Dock 10, Envy, The Edit Store and OutPost have all become members of the Digital Production Partnership.

At the official launch of DPP Ltd this week it was also revealed that Ericsson, Metaglue, Pebble   Beach, Screenocean, Tedial and Tektronix had joined the organisation which has driven standards for the file-based delivery of content.

They join an existing membership which includes Aspera, ERA, Interra, Signiant, Vidcheck, BT Sport,   The Farm and

The DPP became a limited company from 1st April this year governed by a board of directors and funded with revenues sourced from membership and partnerships.

At the launch event  the  DPP also unveiled its roadmap for 2015, which includes:

• Definition of  a common standard for Ultra High Definition programme delivery to UK broadcasters 

• A common delivery specification for HD commercials, promos and interstitials 

• A comprehensive guide to archiving digital content (including archiving standards)

• An in‚Äźdepth report on connectivity in broadcasting

• A   collaboration   with   the   North   American   Broadcasters   Association   for   the   definition   and   implementation   of   common   delivery   standards   in   North   America.

“The DPP is all about bringing colleagues together from across the industry to shape change,”   said   DPP md Mark Harrison.

“With these early members we are already building a powerful community that brings enormous   breadth and depth of expertise to our roadmap of work.

"Where else will you find colleagues from the indies, manufacturers, service providers, post   production and broadcasters all working in collaboration – to the benefit of everyone?”

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