Creative Industries Federation

TBI Tech & Analysis: A week in numbers from the US to Singapore

Covid-19 has deeply impacted media around the world and while some sectors have made the most of locked down audiences, others are facing mounting problems. TBI takes you on a whistle-stop tour across the US, the UK, Southeast Asia and Brazil to get a taster of how different countries’ content and telco businesses are shaping […]

UK screen industry headed for $45bn “cultural catastrophe” without support

The UK screen industry is predicted to lose £36bn (USD$45bn) in revenue in 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, according to a new report from global analysts Oxford Economics. ‘The Projected Economic Impact of Covid-19 on the UK Creative Industries’ report, commissioned by the UK’s Creative Industries Federation, has calculated that there will […]

UK media reacts to Brexit

Industry groups and companies are continuing to react to, and weigh the impact of, the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. With the two main political parties in the UK involved in leadership battles and sterling and share indexes taking a post-Brexit hit, the media and creative industries have reacted to last Thursday’s vote. […]

Brexit will ‘blow up’ coproduction foundations

The foundations underpinning European coproductions have been “blown up” by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, an industry body is warning. The TV industry has been plunged into uncertainty after the British public voted to leave the EU, with Prime Minister David Cameron subsequently saying he will step down. Various companies and individuals […]

Creative Industries Federation launches in the UK

The Creative Industries Federation, a new body to represent the UK’s creative community, has launched with the backing of more than 200 companies and organisations. The federation is designed to bridge the public and private sector, representing the creative industries ranging from TV and computer games to music and design, architecture and the visual arts. […]