BOOKS/FILMS: UK creative industries fear access to the European Union’s most favourable multi-territory trading policies, from copyright protection to government subsidies, is in serious jeopardy as Brexit becomes a reality.
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Digital technology is disrupting the creative sectors!
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MUSIC/COPYRIGHT: Today’s music companies should empower their artists by giving them more creative and commercial freedom, if record labels are to survive in the recorded music industry’s future.
GAMES/SPORTS/TV: It must be official: the audio-visual entertainment business, from linear-TV broadcasters to live streaming platforms, has fallen in love with competitive esports as a new source of original content.
TV/MUSIC/GAMES: Karen Bradley, the UK government’s newly appointed Secretary of State for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), could soon find herself with an £84bn (US$108bn) millstone around her neck.