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Covid-19 & Rebuilding Cultural Industries

PostTue Jan 26, 2021 2:39 pm

This morning, the umbrella organisation for Europe's performing rights societies - The European Authors' Societies - published a report on the effect of Covid-19 on cultural industries, and what's needed for a recovery. It says that aviation is the only sector of the economy that has been hit worse by Covid-19.

The full report, which has an executive summary, is at the following link. Discussion about the impact of Covid-19 starts on page 28. Filmmaking comes under "Audio Visual". Except for video games, which are seeing growth, Audio Visual sector turnover has dropped by 22% (€26 billion), and there is a 10% to 30% increase in production costs.

Rebuilding Europe: The cultural and creative economy before and after the Covid-19 crisis

Link: https://1761b814-bfb6-43fc-9f9a-775d1ab ... c0a6f8.pdf

This is the press conference, which starts at 03:30. Jean-Michel Jarre is the lead on discussions about the report that are being held today with EU Commissioners:




This is the home page for the European Authors' Societies: https://authorsocieties.eu

The Guardian has already published a news article on the report: https://www.theguardian.com/culture/202 ... from-covid
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Re: Covid-19 & Rebuilding Cultural Industries

PostWed Jan 27, 2021 12:31 am

I found that if you played Oxygene in the background it made the talk more dramatic.
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Re: Covid-19 & Rebuilding Cultural Industries

PostWed Jan 27, 2021 1:10 am

Chris Leutger wrote:I found that if you played Oxygene in the background it made the talk more dramatic.


:)

Oxygène Live au Théâtre Marigny, 2007...


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Re: Covid-19 & Rebuilding Cultural Industries

PostWed Jan 27, 2021 2:38 am

Fast forward to December 31, 2020 and Jarre's Notre-Dame Virtual Reality New Year's Eve concert.

Oxygène 2 Remix:


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Re: Covid-19 & Rebuilding Cultural Industries

PostWed Jan 27, 2021 9:34 pm

Thanks, that 2007 was nice. As a tinnitus sufferer, that new one was a no go for me. I did slow it down to .25 which helped with it's beatastic orientation but the sound is too high end....
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