Is North Texas retaking the film-video industry crown from Austin? If so, it's doing so with precious little in the way of feature films. Instead, the winning combination is commercials, television and animation.
This report details the impact of the non-profit arts community on the national, state, and local economy.
Americans for the Arts
Conducts studies related to the US creative sector and the economic impact of the arts.
A profile of the American arts community based on both census reports and the American Community Survey from 1990 through 2005. Information includes demographics, employment and income, and residency.
Measures annual changes in the economic health of an area and gives information on the impact of the creative economy by locality.
Connecticut's film, television and commercial production industries collectively support 8,500 jobs and generate almost $2 billion in economic return. These industries promote Connecticut and contribute to the state's $10 billion tourism industry, which supports more than 145,000 jobs.
Online research tool offers 70 searchable tables with figures on working artists by state and metropolitan area, by demographic information (including race and ethnicity, age, gender and disability status), and by residence and workplace.
The media and entertainment industry is an important contributor to New York City's economy, providing high quality jobs in an era when low-paying service jobs have become the norm. This reports aims to analyze the development and growth of NYC media by examining different subsectors and identifying the main trends that have shaped and will continue to shape NYC's media and digital media sectors.
Film Industry Profile of California/Los Angeles County provides an outlook of the Motion Picture/TV Production Industry in California
Documents the support activities for major industry clusters in Los Angeles County.
The Louisiana film incentives program, enacted in 2002, has created a significant level of film activity in the state. As detailed further in this report, the industry has seen some of the highest statewide film activity employment growth in the country alongside New Mexico. Since 2001 both Louisiana and New Mexico have experienced compound annual employment growth of 23 percent per year. Louisiana now boasts the third highest film concentration ratio of U.S. states behind California and New York.
Report showing how states are making arts, culture and design a compelling part of their economic solutions.
Report profiling the employment picture for U.S. artists. Focuses on those who have secondary jobs as artists.
Provides reliable national estimates of the number, variety and distribution of artists in the United States and identifies key similarities and differences between artists and other U.S. workers.
Report describing individuals with disabilities and their experiences and views about getting an audition, disclosing their disability and need for accommodation to an employer, treatment in the workplace, and perceived barriers to employment.