Production / Podcasts

Technology and innovation

Whether you’re commissioning or creating content for TV, radio or online, technology is offering new ways to shake up traditional formats. Tune in to our podcasts on technology and innovation to find out how content creation is changing.

Second screen

Enhancing the TV experience - Simon Smith and guests discuss the long-term effects of second screen on production and audiences.

File delivery: maintaining quality

Maintaining quality when delivering digital files may sound daunting for programme makers, but whose responsibility is it? A panel of experts give their tips.

Loudness: why sound matters

Whether you’re watching Strictly on your HD TV or Sherlock on your tablet, sound is a massive issue for audiences. We explore how new guidelines are going to affect what we hear.

The arts... live!

Theatres, art galleries and museums are reaching new audiences by beaming their productions into local cinemas and online. The National Theatre's Emma Keith and Tate Media's Jane Burton tell us how it's done.

Manage your media

With the advent of tapeless formats, the concept of media managing has dramatically changed. On this CoP Show we examine how to manage your media on a tapeless production.

Next Radio: innovating on air

Never underestimating your listeners, how to do an outside broadcast from anywhere and innovative radio in Africa - the CoP Show interviews the speakers from Next Radio 2013’s standout sessions.

Radio consumer technology

How is technology changing what we listen to and how we will listen to radio on the move? The CoP Show takes a tour of the BBC's Blue Room to find out.

TV consumer technology

What are the current trends in consumer TV technology and how might they present problems or opportunities for programme makers? The CoP Show takes a tour of the BBC's Blue Room to find out.

2013 production trends

What production techniques and programming will we see in 2013? Media UK's James Cridland, Channel 4's Jody Smith and the BBC's Mirella Breda and Dean Matthewson join Paul Buller to give their predictions.