BSAC uniquely brings together the widest range of business interests in the UK audiovisual industries, including television, film, video games and digital media and leading technology firms and ISPs.

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We provide a private place where our Members can share experience, intelligence and insight on business and policy issues at a time of rapid change.

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We seek to drive consensus amongst our Membership, thereby providing policymakers at a national and European level with informed advice and opinion on issues of importance to the sector.

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“It’s all too easy to get mired in the day to day of work, but BSAC provides just the right forum to find out about new developments in the creative industries and to keep in touch with an array of great sector colleagues. Its meetings and events are always eye opening and help you think bigger, and for a policy wonk like me it provides a valuable source of insight and expertise. No other membership group does quite the same thing.”

Sophie Jones, Head of Corporate Relations, Channel 4 – BSAC Member since 2011

“BSAC is incredibly useful to our sector as a forum for sharing our policy positions as modern 21st century screen industries. It also keeps us forward looking and gives us the chance to understand fascinating developments across a range of important and related areas, from artificial intelligence, future trade deals, talent and diversity, and the future of public service content.”

Dr Jo Twist OBE, CEO, Ukie – BSAC Member since 2012

“I’ve been a Member of BSAC for about five years and I find it invaluable, not just in terms of keeping up to date with industry developments, changes and government policy but membership has introduced me to all sorts of innovations and exciting cross-industry perspectives that I would never have known by any other means. It’s an influential organisation with a strong voice across the different sectors of our industry and I’ve found the meetings stimulating and fun.”

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Local Heroes and Inbetweeners: The Contribution of the Independent British Feature Film Sector to the UK Audiovisual Production Industry

Original research published today by the British Screen Advisory Council provides ground-breaking evidence of the role played by Independent...

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