Spatial Agglomeration and Content Capabilities
Edited by Charlie Karlsson and Robert G. Picard
This impressive new book uniquely focuses on the phenomenon of media clusters and is designed to inform policy makers, scholars, and media practitioners about the underlying challenges of media firm agglomerations, their potential, and their effects.
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- Media Clusters Spatial Agglomeration and Content Capabilities
- Chapter 1: Media Clusters: What Makes them Unique?
- Chapter 2: Promotion of Company and Local Economic Growth through Clusters
- Chapter 3: Media Clusters: Development Paths and Core Issues
- Chapter 4: Media Industry Clusters and Public Policy
- Section A: Clusters maintaining or reinvigorating media leadership
- Chapter 5: Back to Hilversum: Consolidation of the Dutch Broadcast Cluster
- Chapter 6: Microclustering of the Media Industries in London
- Chapter 7: Munich’s Media Cluster at the Crossroads
- Section B: Clusters expanding or improving their position
- Chapter 8: The Transformation of Broadcasting and Film in Manchester and Liverpool
- Chapter 9: Sydney’s Media Cluster: Continuity and Change in Film and Television
- Chapter 10: The Toronto Media Cluster: Between Culture and Commerce
- Chapter 11: Vancouver as Media Cluster: The Cases of Video Games and Film/TV
- Section C: Start-up clusters
- Chapter 12: Dubai Media City: Creating Benefits from Foreign Media Developments
- Chapter 13: Media Industry Clustering in South Africa: Prospects for Economic Development and Spatial Reconfiguration
- Chapter 14: Can Singapore Develop into a Global Media City?
- Chapter 15: Creating a Film Production Cluster in Sweden’s West: The Cast of ‘Trollywood’
- Chapter 16: The Challenges of Media Clusters
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