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This builds on the great work of reporters like @rebleber  @amywestervelt  and @emorwee  , and tries to argue that it's time for the 'creative industries' to end their relationship with fossil fuels

Greece is a natural studio. Luring international producers is an excellent way for the Greek government to boost the creative industries and help diversify the country's economy, while promoting tourism to less-known areas.

Africa’s cultural and creative industries present an excellent opportunity for long-term growth, but they need to be nurtured and protected, especially in the wake of shocks from #Covid-19 , says @HEVAFund 's George Gachara.

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The Economics of Creativity, sponsored by @YouTube , explores the shifts in the creative industries throughout 2020—how these shifts have affected individuals, societies and economies, and what they mean for the future: #Ad 

Today, @HelenMaryCymru  will open the debate on @SeneddCWLC  report about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on creative industries. Find out more about the report recommendations.

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From today all of Germany’s cultural institutions will remain closed for the next 4 weeks. German jazz musician Till Brönner spoke to DW about the consequences for the creative industries, and the circumstances many self-employed artists in the country are facing. #lockdownlight 

Check out this Industry Spotlight interview with AIM CEO @allstarspaul  from @ClockyourSkills  - an organisation offering an alternative approach to higher education in the creative industries by accrediting real-life work experience up to Masters Level

#COVID has had an unprecedented toll on our economy & even the most dedicated business owners have gotten creative to keep their businesses afloat. That’s why I started the day in Leesburg w/ @RepWexton  to hear from local tourism industries & discuss a plan for economic recovery.

There’s a fine line between protection and protectionism; but policymakers can create jobs and protect sensitive industries while embracing US free market principles. It’ll just take some creative thinking, writes @TTIPAction’s : @jfriedlanderdc 


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Reminder, when you think the Creative Industries can “get to the back of the queue”, we’re a £112b industry and pump more money into the economy than aviation, football, pubs, fishing, agriculture etc.

For the last few weeks I, like many, have waited for a government announcement re supporting the artistic and creative industries here in the U.K. It is staggering that none has been forthcoming. What is this government playing at? #SaveTheArts 

I don’t understand Brexiters who are happy to see British farmers go under. I also don’t understand Brexiters who are happy to see world leading British creative industries go under. What do you want, exactly? I thought Brexit was all about being British Proud.

Britain's creative industries are facing a "cultural catastrophe", losing £1.4 billion in revenue every week this year, with 400,000 jobs at risk, research commissioned by @Creative_Fed  has warned

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Sakura Wars takes center stage for the PlayStation 4 on April 28, 2020! Some of the best creative minds in the anime and JRPG industries have joined forces with SEGA to bring Sakura Wars to a new generation, and a new audience in the West.

We stick our children’s art on the fridge, frame their finger-painting and spend millions enjoying music, song, dance and art - and yet our Federal Government downgrades the creative industries. This is what happens next:

Please sign this petition against the copyright bill being passed to protect our creative industries.

Even the BBC is hunting for a new European HQ, simply to ensure it can still broadcast on the continent. A woeful testament to govt failure during Brexit negotiations, and its extraordinary disregard of the needs of our world-beating creative industries.

One of the most damaging parts of Theresa May's speech was the commitment to leave the Digital Single Market. Say goodbye to our world class creative industries and tech sector. Can this get any worse?

Just confirmed: the next Star Wars film will be made in UK. Great news for our creative industries. May the force be with us.....