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Platform helps creative industries discuss policy

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A new, open, digital platform aims to foster informed debate about policies and issues facing the creative industries.

Inspired by the pace of change in the creative sector, the Creative Content Network is said to be the result of numerous conversations between creative businesses, artists and politicians who have asked for a new way of addressing the issues facing the sector. The network aims to bring together those working in the creative sector through events, reports and online discussions.

Creative industries consultancy C8 Associates is leading this initiative as an independent facilitator. Funding will come from contributions from the sector. It is a not-for-profit organisation so all contributions will go to establishing the Creative Content Network as an open platform for informed debate about issues affecting the sector, say the organisers.