Creative

Creative services in the UK 164.The ONS collects data on two categories of creative services trade. The first is ‘intellectual property’—payments received for the use of trademarks, design rights, and copyrighted works, including music recordings, films and television programmes. The second category is ‘personal, cultural and recreational’, which measures services and fees associated with the […]

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Broadcasting

Description of sector The broadcasting sector covers the production of audiovisual or audio (radio) content and its distribution, which is subject to the framework of regulation overseen by Ofcom (or, for TV stations based elsewhere in the European Economic Area (EEA), by another EEA regulator).5. This report primarily covers linear (or live) visual broadcasting services […]

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Tourism

Description of sector The UK’s ’s tourism industry consists of public and private sector organisations including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), international private businesses (e.g. airlines, large hotel chains) and Destination Management Organisations (DMOs, city or sub-regional bodies responsible for tourism product and promotion at a local and regional level). They are funded by a […]

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Culture & Creative

Description of sector The Government defines the Creative Industries as ‘those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have the potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property.’1 The Creative Industries sector comprises nine sub-sectors: – Advertising and marketing; – Architecture; – Crafts; […]

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Audio Visual

Description of Sector The broadcasting sector covers the production of audiovisual or audio (radio) content and its distribution, which is subject to the framework of regulation overseen by Ofcom (or, for TV stations based elsewhere in the European Economic Area (EEA), by another EEA regulator). This report primarily covers linear (or live) visual broadcasting services […]

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Tourism

December 2018 Tourism Brexit has already had an impact on the tourism sector and additional funding of €7.7m has been allocated to the tourism agencies to ensure that the sector is Brexit ready. In this context, Fáilte Ireland will implement a programme which places a focus on retaining business from Northern Ireland and Britain whilst […]

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Broadcasting & Digital

Broadcasting The Audio-Visual Media Services Directive underpins the single market in broadcasting. It covers both traditional broadcast and on-demand services. It sets minimum regulatory standards that states and national regulators must implement. It aims to preserve cultural diversity; protect children protect consumers; safeguard media pluralism; combat racial and religious hatred; and guarantee the independence of […]

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Digital & Broadcasting (UK White Paper)

Digital Digital is a fast evolving, innovative, sector that is driving economic transformation across the world. Digital sectors contributed £116.5 billion to the UK economy in 2016, representing 6.7 percent of GVA. Facilitating growth and removing barriers will drive competitiveness and help the UK tap into the potential from the top ten largest economies of […]

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Broadcasting UK No Deal Notes

Purpose The purpose of this notice is to set out the legal status for audiovisual services that media services providers may wish to consider in the unlikely event that the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 with no agreement in place. Before 29 March 2019 (may also apply to new exit date on 31 December 2020) The Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) (Directive 2010/13/EU) sets […]

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Culture

Description of sector Overview The Government defines the Creative Industries as ‘those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have the potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property.’1 he Creative Industries sector comprises nine sub-sectors: ● Advertising and marketing; ● Architecture; ● […]

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Tour Operators

Tour operators Updated 21 December 2018 Contents How VAT accounting processes will change Changes to VAT IT systems Actions you can take now Businesses that trade with the EU will broadly follow the same customs controls as businesses trading with the rest of the world – so they will need to adapt their business to […]

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Creative, Cultural & Sports

Organisations, businesses and individuals in the creative, cultural, and sport sectors – Updated 21 December 2018 If the UK leaves the EU without any deal on 29 March 2019 (may also apply to new exit date on 31 December 2020), the UK will be considered a third country for customs purposes in the EU, and you will have to make import and export declarations. You need […]

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