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The creative industries concept was born in the UK, nurtured in Australia (among other countries), but is now being implemented most vigorously in China. The UK and Australia seem to be pulling back from the concept: Critical response to CI policy in the UK; and...
The arts sector is uniquely positioned to inform public debate on climate change and to explore solutions. Examining worldviews, social realities and physical circumstances has been a concern of the arts since prehistory. As public concern about climate change and other ecological issues grows, so...
Television is heading into a post-broadcast phase of interactive innovation and do-it-yourself production, brought on by the coming-of-age of the Internet, which combines individual creative content and global scale in a way that was hardly thinkable in the broadcast era.
Can the internet integrate with broadcasting for innovation as well as entertainment, asks John Hartley in this extract from his keynote address to the annual conference of the Association of Internet Research. If so, then the resulting content, created out of a convergence of all...