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In a groundbreaking move to fortify the K-Content industry, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced a robust investment plan of 1 trillion won ($766.5 million) over five years. The focus is on bolstering the competitiveness of Korean Online Video Services (K-OTT) amidst the global dominance of OTT platforms.
Women in Animation (WIA), a global advocacy organisation championing equity for women and people of underrepresented gender identities in animation, announced its partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), a global organisation protecting and promoting culture for sustainable development and upholding human rights around the globe.
The Federal Government has entered a new phase of consultation with stakeholders in regard to streaming regulation, narrowing the options down to a revenue or expenditure-based model in what Screen Producers Australia (SPA) says is a “significant step”.
Global royalty collections for creators reached a historical high point of EUR12.1 billion in 2022, growing by a record 26.7% in a full recovery from the pandemic. Collections are now 19.8% higher than their pre-pandemic level, driven by continued strong growth in digital income and a recovery in live and public performance. Digital collections, boosted by continued growth of streaming and subscription, rose to EUR4.2 billion. Digital income has doubled since the pre-COVID level of 2019 and is now, for the first time, creators’ biggest income stream, overtaking TV and radio, with 35% of total collections.
En el marco de la séptima edición del Taller de Desarrollo de Proyectos Cinematográficos para Centroamérica y el Caribe, la secretaria técnica y ejecutiva del programa Ibermedia, Elena Vilardell, ofreció la clase magistral “Apuntes sobre la coproducción en Iberoamérica”.
In Paris, UNESCO hosted a conference inviting filmmakers to confront the fast-approaching age of artificial intelligence in their industry. For generations filmmakers have imagined a fictional future in which we could be replaced by technology. Now, they’re sounding the alarm about a very real and current threat, warning that unless the world acts now to regulate artificial intelligence, it will take over filmmaking and many other areas of human endeavour.