The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) is THE trade association for the video industry and ecosystem in Asia Pacific. It serves to make the video industry stronger and healthier through promoting the common interests of its members. Understanding global trends in media, AVIA is focused specifically on addressing issues in the video markets of Asia.
PolicyWe speak on behalf of professional video and those who help consumers access it
PiracyWe provide full-time anti-piracy enforcement activities
InsightWe publish reports and produce events on issues and for markets that are key to the industry
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) held its annual Satellite Industry Forum (SIF) as a virtual conference, from 24 –...Click for more
New survey shows Philippines among highest in online piracy in Southeast Asia
A new study of the online content viewing behaviour of Filipino consumers, has found that 49% access streaming piracy websites or torrent sites. The levels of piracy went as high as 53% within the 25-34 age demographic.
AVIA’s Satellite Industry Forum highlights the resilience of the satellite industry and the key role it will continue to have in this age of connectivity
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) held its annual Satellite Industry Forum (SIF) as a virtual conference, from 24 – 25 September, which allowed for truly global participation with delegates from around the world in attendance. The event also saw over 100 new companies register to be part of the two-day discussions on Video in the Satellite World.
If Content is King, then TV and Streaming continue to vie to be Queen
In India it’s not a question of linear television or streaming, it is both, and both continue to grow and prosper as monetisation models develop and learn to cope with the current pandemic.
AVIA hosts the Satellite Industry Forum focusing on Video in the Satellite World
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) will be hosting this year’s Satellite Industry Forum (SIF) as a virtual conference, taking place over two days, from 24 – 25 September, 930am – 1130am (SGT).
Huge decrease in levels of streaming piracy seen in Malaysia over the last 12 months
A new study of the online content viewing behaviour of Malaysian consumers, has found a massive 64% decrease in consumers accessing piracy websites over the past 12 months. The survey commissioned by the Asia Video Industry Association’s Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) and conducted by YouGov, found that 22% of online consumers currently use piracy streaming websites or torrent sites to view pirated content, substantially less than the 61% from a similar survey conducted in August 2019.