12-13 May 2021
London Olympia

The Media Production & technology Show

Content Zone


Content Zone

  • Broadcast Tech Fest 2020 (Day 1): watch now

    19 Oct 2020 Jake Bickerton
    ll the sessions from day one of Broadcast Tech Fest 2020 are now available to stream in full on YouTube. Broadcast Tech Fest was held online on Wednesday and Thursday last week (14-15 October), on vir ...
  • Broadcast Digital Awards 2020

    16 Oct 2020 Broadcast
    The Broadcast Digital Awards celebrate the most creative and innovative digital content from across the UK. Recognising and rewarding the most dynamic digital channels and programmes, effective and re ...
  • For a business driven by clarity of vision, making content can be a murky business. What should be a simple task, taking work and getting it ready for delivery, gets ever more complex. Perhaps that wa ...
  • Sunset+Vine chairman Jeff Foulser talks to Broadcast Sport editor Jake Bickerton about the sports production company’s successful bid to become the host broadcaster of the Commonwealth Games 2022 in B ...
  • Podcast: Producing in the cloud with Little Dot Studios

    30 Sep 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Little Dot Studios began working with BASE Media Cloud five years ago on a long-term project to transition production workflows to the cloud. This episode of Broadcast Tech Talks is with Greg Rochford ...
  • Post-production uncovered: I Hate Suzie (Sky Atlantic)

    29 Sep 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    This 8x30-minute comedy was created by Billie Piper with writer Lucy Prebble. The story follows former child-star Suzie Pickles (Piper) as her life is upended after being hacked. The DPs on the series ...
  • The annual Media Production & Technology Show (MPTS) has revealed the dates of next year’s event, which will take place on Wednesday 12 May and Thursday 13 May 2021 at London’s Olympia exhibition cent ...
  • Des: our story of the serial killer

    09 Sep 2020 Broadcast Magazine
    Most people of a certain age will have some vague knowledge about Dennis Nilsen and the crimes he committed in his north London flats from 1978 to 1983. However, while working on Des, it has always su ...
  • Young filmmakers handed directors tool

    09 Sep 2020 John Elmes - Broadcast
    Bulletproof co-writer Noel Clarke and drama directors Destiny Ekaragha and Paul Andrew-Williams are among the creatives contributing to an industry tool aimed at aiding young filmmakers impacted by th ...
  • Line of Duty, Sex Education resume filming

    09 Sep 2020 Nia Daniels - The Knowledge
    Two major flagship dramas, Line of Duty and Sex Education, resumed filming on Monday, 31 August. The sixth series of Jed Mercurio’s Line of Duty picks up filming at its usual home in Belfast, with 12 ...
  • Rise Mentee 2020: Joanna Taylor

    05 May 2020 MPTS Team
    Joanna is currently working for Sky as a Software Engineer. How did you get your first job in the broadcast industry? After my two careers in print journalism and the health and fitness industry, I wa ...
  • Rise Mentee 2020: Nicola Parr

    05 May 2020 MPTS Team
    Nicola is a Graduate Design Engineer at Arqiva, responsible for delivering technical solutions to implement and commission television systems supporting all UK Terrestrial Multiplex operators. Current ...
  • Rise Mentee 2020: Sophia Hazari

    05 May 2020 MPTS Team
    Sophia is a Transmission Lead at Discovery Inc. and is in her third role since 2017. Starting as a Transmission Operator for fully automated channels, she quickly moved onto the excitement of live spo ...
  • Rise Mentee 2020: Sneha Gopee

    05 May 2020 MPTS Team
    Sneha is an experienced Network Design Engineer with a record of working in the telecommunications and broadcasting industry and her current role is as a Lead Network Design Engineer at BT Media and B ...
  • Laurissa is a highly ambitious and professional Project Manager and Business Analyst gained with international market leaders in the broadcasting and gaming sector and is currently has a role with the ...
  • Rise Mentee 2020: Lauren Smithers

    05 May 2020 MPTS Team
    Lauren is the Head of Post Production UK at Argonon, where she joined as general Office Runner in 2014. How did you get your first job in the broadcast industry? I was very lucky that a series of even ...
  • Posy is an multi award-winning voiceover artist who has worked with many leading brands including Next, Morrisons (yes that’s her voice, when you put that loaf of bread in your bag at the self-service ...
  • Alex Gascoigne is a Senior Colourist at Technicolor London, whose recent credits include The Two Popes, Black Mirror – Smithereens, The Trip To Greece, Elizabeth is Missing and Endeavour. How did you ...
  • Sophie Petzal is a British screenwriter. While studying at Bournemouth University, Petzal secured a place as a BBC Production Trainee. Her script Sanctioned won the Sir Peter Ustinov Television Script ...
  • Chris Bradbury is an experienced remote vehicle operator and owner of Altitude Aerial Photography Ltd. He has operated drone cameras on various TV programs, as well as created unique remotely controll ...

2021 Exhibitors Include:



  • Exhibiting and speaking at MPTS was a very worthwhile investment for Blackbird. We made a lot of valuable contacts over the 2 days at what was a busy & well organised event for the UK’s media production industry
    Adrian Lambert
  • I think MPTS is a fantastic opportunity for film, television and online to all come together, ultimately we have so much to learn. We are increasingly needing to and should be producing television & stories that are truly engaging and interactive
    James Levelle
    Adventure Filmmaker
  • Our first show & it’s been a great experience, it surpassed our expectations. We got exposure to a receptive audience which has been incredible. The show worked really well for us & would love to do it again. A well-organised, brilliant experience!
    Bethan Wilkin
  • What I like about MPTS is that it covers everything from creative to very high-end technology. The benefits of attending are simple, it's THE annual event for the screen production industry in the UK and provides the opportunity to connect with people from across the production process
    Paul de Carvalho
  • Panasonic have supported MPTS since its inception, because we wanted to support a show that both considers the constant evolution of our industry and helps deliver new opportunities for our business. We consider MPTS to be a key show for the UK as it provides a platform that focuses on the technology advancements that impact the creative industries, and that is something we want to be a part of
    Nigel Wilkes