Now established as one of Europe’s leading industry networking platforms, where the content community and its technology and service providers come together on a regular basis to share information and experience and pursue common goals.
Workflow management, data and analytics, rights, localisation, security and sustainability are all high priority agenda items as members from around the globe focus on the ever changing business environment and the importance of embracing innovation and technology.
After 5 successful years in Ireland Mojofest, the world's longest running professional smartphone content creators festival, will be co-located with The Media Production & Technology Show in 2020. Mojofest will have a dedicated plenary stage within the show, featuring more than 30 speakers and bringing together leading App developers, Accessory manufacturers and pioneers in the global mobile creator movement.
SMPTE is a membership organisation dedicated to advancing media and entertainment technology. Now in its second century and with 7,000 members, the Society is shaping the next-generation of standards and providing education for the industry to ensure interoperability, as the industry evolves further into IT- and IP-based workflows.
Media Partners & Associations
Broadcast Film & Video
The Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC) is an independent craft organisation for professional TV, digital and film camera personnel, supporting and facilitating excellence in moving image production. GTC members are predominantly professional cameramen and camerawomen across all moving image disciplines, but we also welcome camera related professions such as DITs and vision engineers.
The GTC offers members a wide package of benefits including free workshops, networking opportunities, six publications a year, a searchable online profile, PLI scheme, professional and student awards, and a range of discounts.
The International Association of Wildlife Filmmakers (IAWF) is affiliated to the GTC.
Mediakwest is the first "multiscreen" french magazine for audiovisual, broadcast, new media and entertainment professionals.
Mediakwest takes a fresh look at creation and decodes technological innovations by offering product news, reports on the biggest fairs and events (NAB, IBC, ISE, SATIS, Festival de Cannes…), on audiovisual companies.
Streaming Media magazine - it’s more than just streamingWhatever online video and audio content you’re delivering, Streaming Media is Europe’s only magazine to cover the entire rich media ecosystem, from content creation to post-production, encoding to delivery. It’s a quarterly must-read for business execs and tech managers who use rich media in any vertical – including enterprise, media, entertainment, education and more. Every issue offers in-depth features, case studies, tutorials, and reviews from industry thought leaders and hands-on experts from around the world. What’s more, it’s free for European readers.
The Guild of British Camera Technicians
The Guild of British Camera Technicians is a non-for-profit, non-political association of knowledgeable, qualified and craft trained camera technicians dedicated to upholding quality and standards in the film, television drama and related media industries. Its membership comprises professionals working in all camera department roles and include script supervisors, DIT's, on-set colourists and specialist technicians in aerial, underwater, £d and VFX cinematography.
Distributed free of charge at the show, the Official Event Guide plays a central role in supporting both the information needs of visitors and the promotional needs of exhibitors. If you want to make the most out of exhibiting at The Media Production & Technology Show then look no further.
All exhibitors may be contacted directly by Event Guides, concerning their entry into the show publications or you can contact Victoria Karagoz on +44 (0)1228 541200 to guarantee that you get yourself noticed.
PLEASE NOTE: There are a number of third parties claiming to be collating an exhibitor's directory on behalf of UK exhibitions. Should you be contacted by any of these please ignore their correspondence, as this is a scam. The companies in question also claim to be offering online services and use a form that resembles an organiser's free catalogue listing service.