Data-Driven Innovation in the Creative Industries

Melissa Terras (Editor), Vikki Jones (Editor), Nicola Osborne (Editor), Chris Speed (Editor)

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The creative industries – the place where art, business, and technology meet in economic activity – have been hugely affected by the relatively recent digitalisation (and often monetisation) of work, home, relationships, and leisure. Such trends were accelerated by the global COVID-19 pandemic. This edited collection examines how the creative industries can be supported to make best use of opportunities in digital technology and data-driven innovation.

Since digital markets and platforms are now essential for revenue generation and audience engagement, there is a vital need for improved data and digital skills in the creative and cultural sectors. Taking a necessarily global perspective, this book explores the challenges and opportunities of data-driven approaches to creativity in different contexts across the arts, cultural, and heritage sectors. Chapters reach beyond the platforms and approaches provided by the technology sector to delve into the collaborative work that supports innovation around the interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral issues that emerge where data infrastructures and approaches meet creativity.

A novel intervention that uniquely centres the role of data in the theory and practice of creative industries’ innovation, this book is valuable reading for those researching and studying the creative economy as well for those who drive investment for the creative industries in a digitalised society.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages300
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9781003365891
ISBN (Print)9781032431505, 9781032431512
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Apr 2024

Publication series

NameRoutledge Research in the Creative and Cultural Industries
PublisherRoutledge

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