15 November -The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) is an initiative formed by the UK's public service broadcasters to help producers and broadcasters maximise the potential of digital production.
This meeting - led by a panel of those who have got "tapeless" working- looks at some practical issues which have been solved through DPP working groups drawn from the whole of the industry – and some Work in Progress to which your input is required.
THIS EVENT IS FULL
Dave Klafkowski- Technical Director The Farm,
Graham Deaves –Consultant – been working with tapeless systems since 2001.
Neil Hatton – CEO Azimuth post
Andy Tennant – Controller Technology, Production and Facilities ITV
will tell how they have solved some practical issues of tapeless working- and the success and disasters on the way. They will also reflect on how the industry at large is moving to tapeless workflows and where attention to detail is always required- and where things can “just happen”
After they have shared their experiences we will have an open discussion and the opportunity for you to pose your questions on Tapeless working, digital delivery and the new tasks, roles & responsibilities required.
To close the meeting you will get a quick look at what DPP is doing in the future – and where you can help
Please Register promptly - we have limited space -
SMPTE UK meetings are just that – the place to meet those who are working in the engineering/ technology of the media industries.
Channel 4 is located within walking distance of St James Station (Circle and District Line)
and Victoria Station (National Rail, Circle, District and Victoria lines) and many bus routes.
Westminster Station (Jubilee line and pier) is a slightly longer walk away. see map