ENTERTAINMENT: Investments by UK entertainment retailers to encourage fans to engage with artists’ works are not given enough credit by content owners, declared executives from ERA (Entertainment Retailers Association) on 24 February.
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Digital technology is disrupting the creative sectors!
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