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Working Groups

Creative Industries

The high-bandwidth low-latency technologies promised by 5G are likely to radically disrupt the Creative Industries. Across TV, film, music, advertising, theatre, the arts and digital creative industries, the effects will affect the production, distribution and consumption models as well as the content that is made.

In addition - as with previous generations of connectivity – the digital content industries will be a key driver of mass consumer take-up of these new technologies.The UK5G Creative Industries Working Group will focus on developing the potential economic and social opportunities afforded by 5G in the UK. This sector is amongst the most demanding requiring huge network capacity. 5G could unlock the potential of these industries by offering high bandwidth low latency streaming of audio-visual and graphic content.

It will seek to understand how the next generation of innovative digital technologies ensures that the UK retains its status at the global forefront of creative content.

As well as working closely with industry partners across the sector, this Working Group will provide policy recommendations into the DCMS 5G Programme.

5G for Arts & Heritage Sector - online event from March 2020

Core Working Group documents

Working group chairs

Working group members

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