Show for the creative industries also reveals new features for 2019, and plans for the future 


The Media Production Show (MPS) has announced that its exhibition show floor is now sold out for this year’s event.

Major brands including including Panasonic, Sony, Sennheiser, Blackmagic Design, Fujinon, HHB, Jigsaw24, Altered Images, CCK, XTFX, Canon, BT Media & Broadcast and Holdan have booked stands at the show, which takes place on 11-12 June 2019 at Olympia West.

The event, from Broadcast publisher MBI, will also offer visitors the latest industry innovations and insight via its free seminar programme that will deliver over 200 thought-leaders and creative minds in the industry from companies including UKTV, Sohonet, IMG, Kudos, Film4 and Pinewood Studios.

The exhibition itself will welcome over 150 exhibitors. New features for 2019 include:

Technology and Post Creative Hub – offering state-of-the-nation debates and leading experts discussing the magic of film, editing, the value of supply chain and best practice for cloud content production as well as master classes for VFX artists and colourists, and a Women In Media seminar;

Broadcast Sports Zone – featuring presentations on critical sports broadcast topics including remote production, fan engagement, AI and machine learning in sport, and Esports

Production and Lighting Theatre – created in response to significant visitor feedback, this new stage will present panel discussions, masterclasses and leading experts of the production world advising on the best kit and strategies for a variety of production genres, from run-and-gun lighting to safety while shooting on the move

Production Village - the Village enables key supplier and service companies to showcase their brands and offerings to a dedicated audience

Attendees will also have the opportunity to visit the Keynote Theatre to hear presentations that get to the heart of industry issues; and the popular Audio Theatre and Broadcast TECH theatre also make a return, covering a broad range of topics including cloud, live IP, HDR, UHD, Dolby Atmos, insights into sound for drama and sound for documentaries, and podcasting.

Charlotte Wheeler

Charlotte Wheeler, event director of the Media Production Show, said: “This show has a real and achievable strategy moving forward, thanks to a team and a business behind it that has a true understanding of the industry and a passion for delivering for our customers and our visitors. By listening to our market and being proactive in how we deliver our event, the 2019 show is poised to be our best yet, with outstanding expert speakers, new relevant features and a full roster of exhibitors ready to share their knowledge.”

Wheeler added: “Our vision extends beyond 2019, however - firstly with a move next year to a May date that puts us just three weeks after NAB and also avoids the start of the summer filming season, enabling more creative professionals to attend. Secondly, we are committed to bringing technology closer to the forefront of our show in 2020, leading to the new event name, The Media Production & Technology Show. This will enable us to broaden the appeal of the show with more content aimed at engineers, technology heads and CTOs, while retaining a firm focus on production.”

Visitors can register now for free entry to the show, and discover more details, at