New report quantifies the independent US creative economy
Posted on: 19 février 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

A new report published by a lobbying coalition called Re:Create – we’ll get to who that is in a bit – is trying to put some numbers to the independent creative economy in the US.
The report is deliberately narrow in focus, attempting to calculate how much musicians, filmmakers, artists and other creators earned from nine platforms in 2016: Amazon Publishing, eBay, Etsy, Instagram, Shapeways, Tumblr, Twitch, WordPress and YouTube.
The headline findings: “14.8 million independent, American creators earned a baseline of almost $6 billion from posting their music, videos, art, crafts and other works online in 2016,” claims the coalition.
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