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ARTS INVESTMENT NEWS - October 2013

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Report claims London bias in culture funding
, BBC News, 31 Oct 2013

 

Google Cultural Institute Launches Online Collection of Korean National Treasures, Business Korea, 31 Oct 2013

 

Crowdfunding the arts in South Africa, BBC News, 31 Oct 2013

 

Vietnam's film industry struggles to improve, Tuoitrenews, 31 Oct 2013


China's domestic film sales surge, Chinadaily USA, 31 Oct 2013

 

Why great culture needs a greater vision, The Toronto Star, 31 Oct 2013

 

How a Nouveau Riche China Is Investing in Art, New York Times, 30 Oct 2013

 

Slump in growth for Taiwan's cultural industries, Want China Times, 29 Oct 2013

 

Three Ways YouTube Plans to Dominate the Music Industry, Forbes, 30 Oct 2013

 

Singapore's arts and culture sector continues to grow, Channel News Asia, 30 Oct 2013

 

If Wall Street Worked Like the Art Market, Bloomberg, 28 Oct 2013


Fuzhou to sign $1.73b projects at 6th Cross-Straits Cultural Industry Fair, Whatsonxiamen.com, 25 Oct 2013


Music Industry Margin Growth Worst Among Media & Entertainment, Billboard, 24 Oct 2013


EU arts and cultural funding seminar to be held in Belfast
, UK Fundraising, 22 Oct 2013

 

UNESCO Creative Cities Beijing Summit to open, Xinhua.net, 19 Oct 2013


African contemporary art draws increased interest, Worcester Telegram, 19 Oct 2013

 

Chinese artists seek secret to global success, 19 Oct 2013

 

Cultural Industries Generate 1.4% of GDP for Costa Rica in 2012, The Costa Rica News, 18 Oct 2013

 

The next billion euro business in the music industry, The Rude Baguette, 18 Oct 2013

 

Corporate sponsors line up to support Hong Kong Arts Festival, South China Morning Post, 18 Oct 2013

 

Iran, Germany Ink MoU on Cultural Cooperation, Fars News Agency, 18 Oct 2013


ArtsCulture Sector Heading for a Boon'The Herald, 17 Oct 2013


Why Culture Should Focus on Giving People the Means, Instead of Focussing on the EndsHuffington Post UK, 17 Oct 2013

 

Mollywood to foray into equity fund, The New Indian Express, 16 Oct 2013

 

Arts sector 'decimated' by 7% reduction in overall funding, Irish Times, 16 Oct 2013


Qatar Foundation to open cultural center in CityCenter DC
, Washington Post, 15 Oct 2013


France shows its support for independent booksellers
, The Guardian, 15 Oct 2013

 

History and culture not enough to drive China's soft power efforts, Global Times, 15 Oct 2013

 

'Uphold culture for development', Times of Zambia, 13 Oct 2013

 

Brazil's next major export: literature, Quartz, 08 Oct 2013


China-Korea To Sign Co-Production Pact This Month, Variety, 07 Oct 2013

 

UNESCO condemns Israel's violation of Palestinian cultural heritage, Middle East Monitor, 07 Oct 2013

 

BBC to increase funding for arts programming by 20 per cent, Telegraph.co.uk, 07 Oct 2013

 

Artists will be at the heart of renewal, Irish Examiner, 07 Oct 2013


Support the arts, Daily American Online, 07 Oct 2013

 

A new field of donors, Philly.com, 06 Oct 2013

 

London School of Economics analysts: Piracy is good for business, SlashGear, 05 Oct 2013

 

Iranian film industry on the decline, but light at the end of the tunnel, Asharq Alawsat English, 05 Oct 2013

 

Spanish film-makers hit back at 'cultural war' on funding, The Guardian, 05 Oct 2013

 

One Percent for Culture: Expanding the City's Cultural Footprint, Huffington Post, 03 Oct 2013

 

Art fund industry struggles to emerge from the gloom, Art Newspaper, 03 Oct 2013

 

New market creation key to creative economy's success, The Korea Herald, 02 Oct 2013

 

CSR funding may not be music for art and culture, Business Standard, 02 Oct 2013

 

Feed The Arts is Actively Funding Artists, PR Web, 02 Oct 2013


Warner and Packer in finance deal for 75 films, Financial Times, 01 Oct 2013