The Australian music industry makes an estimated $195 million from international markets each year according to a ground-breaking report examining the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports. Born Global: Australian music exports is the first comprehensive report that calculates the value of the Australian music industry as an international export.
Based on the survey, altogether about one million Finns copy music, movies and TV-programs for private use. The total amount of annual private copying among the 15–79 year olds is approximately 275–297 million music and video files. In the 2018 survey, the estimate of the amount of private copying was 242–264 million files.
This project investigates the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports. It is the first methodological study of how Australian artists are developed internationally through government and industry programs. Assessing the effects of globalisation and digitisation in the creation of Australian music exports, the project aims to identify strategies for improving exposure in the changing international landscape. It will assess cultural and economic value, consider trends and changes resulting from inclusion of new media technologies and provide insight into the growth of local markets within a globalised context.
The objective of the survey was to investigate the total amount of private copying in Finland
A report says “radical, bold action and a sense of collective responsibility” are needed to transform inclusion practices in the arts sector.
New provisions for culture have been added to Scottish planning law, providing arts organisations with what campaigners described as “a way to be part of the conversation”.