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The Irish Times
Laura Slattery: ‘Free’ part of freelancer must not apply to paythe Competition Authority, is in the process of being unpicked, slowly – too sl
Laura Slattery: ‘Free’ part of freelancer must not apply to pay
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
the Competition Authority, is in the process of being unpicked, slowly – too slowly for the many who have found Ireland’s creative industries an increasingly hostile, unsustainable place to try to eke out an income. Although Minister for Jobs,... Read more
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Billboard
Concerns Loom Over U.K. Music Business' Future in Wake of Brexit VoteMarkets Stabilize After Brexit-Fueled Rout To address those concerns a new wor
Concerns Loom Over U.K. Music Business' Future in Wake of Brexit Vote
Billboard / Posted 14 days ago
Markets Stabilize After Brexit-Fueled Rout To address those concerns a new working group has been set up by The Creative Industries Council (CIC) to specifically examine the impact Brexit will have on the music, film, television, tech,... Read more
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Variety
New Culture Org Examines Brexit Impact on Creative Industriesthe chief exec of U.K. producers body Pact, the new group will set out to ident
New Culture Org Examines Brexit Impact on Creative Industries
Variety / Posted 18 days ago
the chief exec of U.K. producers body Pact, the new group will set out to identify issues and opportunities across the creative industries following the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union on June 24. It aims to pull together experts... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Adding Value to Future of Art in AfricaThe First Global Map of Cultural & Creative Industries (CCI) published by Ernst
Adding Value to Future of Art in Africa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
The First Global Map of Cultural & Creative Industries (CCI) published by Ernst & Young in December 2015 states that CCI revenues surpassed telecoms services worldwide, placing CCI estimated revenues at 2,250 billion dollars and providing 28.5... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Europe Launches $135 Million Program to Back Entertainment Companies(EU), Europe has rolled out a new scheme to boost investment in EU entertainmen
Europe Launches $135 Million Program to Back Entertainment Companies
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 24 days ago
(EU), Europe has rolled out a new scheme to boost investment in EU entertainment companies. The plan will see the European Commission and the European Investment Fund (EIF) put up $135 million (€121 million) in loan guarantees for small and... Read more
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Variety
European Investment Fund Offers $134 million in Bank Loan Guarantees for Cultural IndustriesOpening up potential new financing sources for film and TV companies in Europe,
European Investment Fund Offers $134 million in Bank Loan Guarantees for Cultural Industries
Variety / Posted 24 days ago
Opening up potential new financing sources for film and TV companies in Europe, the European Commission and European Investment Fund (EIF) will launch a €121 million ($134.5 million) financing initiative to underwrite banks loans to small and... Read more
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WA Today
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policiesFor the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue fol
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policies
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
For the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue following a series of cuts to the Australia Council and cultural institutions under the Abbott-Turnbull government. We asked arts spokespeople for the Liberal National... Read more
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Canberra Times
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policiesFor the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue fol
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policies
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
For the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue following a series of cuts to the Australia Council and cultural institutions under the Abbott-Turnbull government. We asked arts spokespeople for the Liberal National... Read more
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The Age
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policiesCuts to arts funding prompted a series of protests around the country. Photo: C
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policies
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Cuts to arts funding prompted a series of protests around the country. Photo: Cole Bennetts For the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue following a series of cuts to the Australia Council and cultural institutions... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policiesCuts to arts funding prompted a series of protests around the country. Photo: C
Federal Election 2016: Arts report card - We rate the pollies' policies
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Cuts to arts funding prompted a series of protests around the country. Photo: Cole Bennetts For the first time in decades, the arts has been a prominent election issue following a series of cuts to the Australia Council and cultural institutions... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
New desk chair workspace takes shape in historic downtown buildingbusinessman Doug Erion, and he's committing millions of dollars to a building t
New desk chair workspace takes shape in historic downtown building
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 29 days ago
businessman Doug Erion, and he's committing millions of dollars to a building that he hopes will become part of a downtown creative cluster. Erion's project, desk chair workspace, will be more than just a building. The co-working space in the... Read more

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