Today, with immediate effect, Vobile has become the newest hybrid member of the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) & DEGI: The Digital Entertainment Group International.
They join the 80 plus organisations within the BASE and DEGI community of members and partners at an exciting time of collaboration, conversation, ongoing change and rapid growth within the home entertainment industry, highlighted by recently released data noting the value of consumer spend across the UK Home Entertainment Category rose to £4.9bn in 2023, up 10.6% Year on Year (YoY)*.
Vobile is the global leader in digital content protection and transaction services, servicing the world’s largest platforms, film studios, TV networks, sports leagues, music labels, and other content owners. The company provides industry-leading SaaS solutions for copyright protection and content monetization, powered by AI technologies, to make creative content more valuable.
Manni Nagi, Head of Europe at Vobile, said: “We are thrilled to announce that Vobile has joined BASE and DEGI as a member. For more than 15 years, Vobile has been the trusted partner to leading entertainment companies across North America and Asia. We now look forward to offering world-class products and solutions to European content owners and sports leagues. Also, as thought leaders in the entertainment industry, we are excited to partner with BASE/DEGI and their members to share our knowledge and insights in the ever-changing landscape.”
BASE and DEGI link creators, distributors, retailers, technology companies, digital service providers, agencies and audiences on both local and global levels. We prioritise understanding audience behaviour and industry progress, shaping industry response to critical issues. Through our dedicated unit within the long running Industry Trust for IP Awareness, BASE consistently captures, analyses and disseminates insights on piracy behaviours. The work of the Industry Trust, informs sector strategies and highlights the impacts of IP infringement in tandem with educating consumers about the risks associated with IP violations.
Liz Bales, Chief Executive at BASE said: “Combatting piracy has long been a collective industry effort, where the delivery of comprehensive solutions involve participation from all facets of the industry. Vobile’s pioneering work in rights management has set a benchmark for safeguarding and advocating for copyright worldwide. Their collaboration strengthens our shared approach outlined in the ‘Piracy: A Problem Shared‘ report, and I’m delighted to welcome them to our ever-growing membership.”
BASE and DEGI membership provide exclusive benefits, including access to the upcoming DEG Roadshow (with events taking place in Paris, Stockholm, Berlin & London from 23rd April – 2nd May) and discounted ticket rates for the BASE Awards 2024.
To become a member of BASE or DEGI, or find out more about partnerships and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Louise Kean-Wood at [email protected].
For more information on Vobile please head to: https://vobile.com/