The British Video Association is the trade body that represents the interests of publishers and rights owners of video entertainment.
Latest titles – December 2013
London, 3rd December 2013: To mark Cyber Monday, traditionally the busiest online shopping day of the year, the British Video Association partnered with Huffington Post UK (via @HuffPostUKEnt) to help Christmas shoppers pick the perfect DVD present for their loved ones.
BVA PARTNERS WITH HUFFINGTON POST UK FOR CYBER MONDAY TWITTER PANEL TO HELP SHOPPERS FIND THE ‘PERFECT PRESENT’ ON DVD
25th November 2013: The British Video Association confirmed today that the BVA Awards will return to the Old Billingsgate venue next year on Thursday, 1st May 2014.
Generous supporters have already begun signing up to back the video industry’s biggest event of the year and the BVA is delighted to announce B Group London, Creo, Delga Print and the Official Charts Company as its first sponsors.
20th November 2013: Iain Wright MP, Shadow Minister for Competitiveness and Enterprise, addressed industry leaders at the British Video Association’s (BVA) Annual General Meeting, held in central London.
Shadow Business Minister highlights support for creative industries
15th November 2013: To mark 15 years of the DVD, the video entertainment industry’s biggest success ever, the British Video Association reveals the titles that we’re most likely to find in our stockings this festive season.
British Video Association Celebrates 15 Years Of DVDs This Christmas Retailers Predict This Year’s Top Stocking Fillers
28th October 2013: Figures released today by the British Video Association show that the value of the video entertainment market at the end of the third quarter was up 2.5% compared to the same period in 2012, with total consumer expenditure on all formats rising to £1,376 million.
Video entertainment is the single most valuable part of the UK's audiovisual sector, providing content to suit every taste, age and lifestyle. Video entertainment is distributed on physical and digital formats, from DVD, Blu-ray Discs and 3D Blu-ray Discs through to digital TV-based and web-based internet services, available to rent or to own portable devices and for home consumption.
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The industry releases about 7,000 titles a year, from film and television, music video, sport and fitness, children's and special interest. In 2012 including all digital and physical retail sales, plus physical rental transactions, consumers spent an estimated £2.3billion on video entertainment in the UK. This enables the sector to contribute more to the finance of film and television content than any other single revenue source.
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