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Screen Image and Sound (New Media) Sector Review

 

Definition and scale of sector

  • Recorded media manufacture,
  • Media production, distribution,
  • Content developers,
  • Specialist business services,
  • Content creators (education community/museums, etc.)

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Creative UK: towards an international marketing strategy for the UK's creative industries - July 2007

UK creativity and innovation inspire the world. Our artists and designers are at the cutting-edge of every creative industry from music and fashion to computer games, film, TV and publishing, architecture and design. These achievements stem from the rich culture of creativity that is deeply embedded in our cosmopolitan society, characterised by originality, intelligence and edgy brilliance.

Source: UK Trade & Investment

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Film Opportunities in the UK

The UK is a nation of film lovers. We have great actors, post production facilities, locations, animators.the list goes on and on. So it's hardly surprising that the undisputable priority for the UK Government is the sustainability of our film industry. We can only achieve sustainability by ensuring the UK is an attractive place for filmmakers from around the world to come to and by making sure the whole world knows about the fantastic talent for filmmaking we have here.

That's why we have introduced a new tax break system to give big and small budget films generous deductions if they choose to film in the UK and use our world-class facilities.

Source: UK Trade and Investment

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Media Review

Advertising is a key driver of media industry revenues. Growth in advertising expenditure is closely correlated with GDP growth, but has (on average) grown at as faster rate than the economy as a whole in recent decades. However, advertising expenditure also tends to display greater cyclicality than GDP.

Stronger GDP growth, the corporate sector's shift from retrenchment to expansion and a number of major events (such as the Olympic Games, the Euro 2004 football tournament and the US elections° helped to pull the advertising industry out of the doldrums in 2004,as spending on advertising increased by 4.2% in real terms, according to Advertising Association/WARC data.

Source: Barclays Bank

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West Midlands Priority Clusters Internationalisation Programme - Business Plan for 2006/7 Media & Music Cluster

In the spirit of what has now become the formally agreed dual key approach to the provision of international trade and investment services, UKTI agreed with AWM a £4.5 million, three year programme to add an international dimension to the work being undertaken in the ten priority clusters.

The programme allowed strengthening of the six sub -regional UKTI international trade teams based at Chamber/Business Links with the balance of the monies being devoted to programmes to help the companies in the clusters to improve their international trading performance through direct exports or through some form of overseas investment, including everything from technology licensing to new plants.

Source: Advantages West Midlands

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Screen image and sound - 3-year strategic business plan 2005 - 2008

This cluster includes all screen media - TV, Film, video, animation, interactive games, e learning - music, radio and digital imaging. The cluster's focus is on the creation of innovative digital content for education and entertainment. The mean of available data indicates a cluster workforce of 21,000 generating a turnover of £1.4bn. The industries are nationally and internationally focused, with the converging digital marketplace offering opportunities to reach new global audiences.

The region is home to 2 national broadcasters, 4 top 100 TV producers, world renowned popular, classical and ethnic musicians, hubs for the leading players in the UK radio industry, market leaders in the games and animation industries and internationally acclaimed digital image events.

Source: Advantages West Midlands and Channel 4

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