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13 David Throsby and Virginia Hollister, Don’t Give Up Your Day Job: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia (No. 7617) (Sydney, NSW, 2003). See also Richard Florida, The Rise of the Creative Class (New York, 2002). 15 Recognizing the difﬁculties associated with deﬁnition and its potential impact on trade agreements, cultural policy and statistical comparison, UNESCO suggests that it is generally agreed that the term [cultural industries] applies to those industries that combine the creation, production and commercialisation of contents, which are intangible and cultural in nature.
15 Recognizing the difﬁculties associated with deﬁnition and its potential impact on trade agreements, cultural policy and statistical comparison, UNESCO suggests that it is generally agreed that the term [cultural industries] applies to those industries that combine the creation, production and commercialisation of contents, which are intangible and cultural in nature. These contents are typically protected by copyright and they can take the form of goods or services … The notion of cultural industries generally includes printing, publishing and multimedia, audio-visual, phonographic and cinematographic productions, as well as crafts and design.
Further, the marketing skill of those involved is considered inadequate for the sector to compete effectively for public attention and funding. Lack of public understanding and engagement, it is argued, necessitates the ‘demystiﬁcation’ of the arts to improve access, participation and the feeling of cultural ownership. 52 The recent history of Australia’s orchestras is indicative of the way in which rationalization and corporatization have affected arts organizations. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) was founded in 1932, and part of its charter was to establish an orchestra in each Australian state for the provision of radio broadcasts and live concerts for the general public.