British Association for Screen Entertainment Insights are entirely neutral and provide members and industry partners with a fully consolidated view of the market and consumer trends, drawing on the latest market data from leading providers such as Official Charts Company, Kantar Worldpanel, Futuresource Consulting and IHS Markit.


Here you will find a range of usable market intelligence materials to download including a complete overview of the British home screen entertainment market including data on discs and digital and ownership and subscription.

Market Insights 2018

The multichannel home entertainment market took hold in 2017 with 72% of revenue driven from digital video services.

Ownership remains a key focus for the British population who bought over 90m copies of video home entertainment product, spending close to £900 million pounds in the process.

BASE Website 2018 Sector Chart

Following information is all historic data points pre-2018.

Latest 2018 Facts & Figures

Here you can locate the Category Highlights for 2018.

Cat Highlights

Category Highlights

Useful slides

Evidence matters, so here we have pulled together a library of useful slides bursting with information to download. We update these pages on a regular basis so please bookmark this page and check back for new slides.

Market Trends 2006-2016

Market Trends Graph 2006 – 2016


UK Video market continues to grow up 2.2% in 2016.

The British home screen entertainment market remains buoyant above £2.25bn


Consumers Love Discs


“Consumers love discs”

Conducted by The Nursery Research and Planning in 2014, this research identified the strong emotional attachment that consumers have with discs; how viewing habits become ingrained early on in life; and the importance of supermarkets for browsing as well as planned purchases.

DEG Europe Market Report

Utilising the nine country profiles published by the International Video Federation (IVF) earlier this year, the 46-page European Market Report takes a combined approach to deliver an overview of the Home Entertainment market across Europe between 2010 and 2016.

This is the first time that the DEGE has joined forces with the IVF to provide a collective trend analysis based on data supplied by IHS Markit, informing recipients as to the evolving trends and differing shape of consumer spend throughout Europe.