Madrid-based software innovation centre for media, Epic Labs, has joined the Digital Production Partnership (DPP).
Created by ITV, BBC and Channel 4, the DPP aims to represent media companies across the entire value chain, committing the organisation to a globalised content creation and exchange market thanks to the internet and innovation processes.
Among its latest works, the DPP released a guide for content producers that intend to deliver their content through streaming live and video-on-demand platforms.
Epic Labs offers media engineering services such as real-time video, streaming solutions, consultancy and expertise on CDN solutions, and cloud architectures, as well as co-engineering and co-creation services.
“We have found in DPP an organisation that brings real value by including key players across the entire value chain of the media landscape, both the more traditional and the most innovative companies. It is the perfect setting for a company like Epic Labs whose value proposal can be consumed by both parties. It is also a framework in which to provide our knowledge of artificial intelligence applied to this particular market,” said Alfonso Peletier (pictured), CEO and founder Epic Labs.
“The DPP is delighted to have Epic Labs as a member company,” added DPP managing director Mark Harrison. “The DPP brings together companies from across the media supply chain who are committed to driving change and developing new opportunities. Epic Labs, with its proven track record in innovation, will be of huge interest to many companies in our network.”