Read about hit UK films,UK games such as 'Fractured Space' (shown here), ad exports, music sales and other news stories. Image credit: ©Fractured Space/Edgecase.
The Q3, 2016 results from the UK Creative Industries Tracker Survey.
MPs and industry leaders celebrate the success of the UK's creative industries.
Representatives from tangerine and the RSC were awarded 2016 CIC Awards.
Creatives need to keep evolving platforms and distribution to connect with consumers.
The shortlists for the International and Cross Industry Collaboration Awards from the Creative Industries Council have been announced.
How can big businesses keep innovating?
Brexit, Thomas Heatherwick and Shakespeare have all attracted international interest for the UK during the quarter.
The geography of UK creativity - as analysed by Nesta & Creative England
How crafts businesses could benefit via innovation and cross-industry collaboration. Image: Giovanni Corvaja, Golden Fleece Headpiece, 2009.
Read how the creative industries can grow over the next five years.
Read how the UK creative industries could lead growth in a post-Brexit UK.
Read how the creative industries are outperforming other sectors.
The potential Northern 'Digital Powerhouse' could generate almost £6bn extra for the UK.
A UK app which enables players to simulate the management of music artists has been a hit.
The UK has the highest balance of payments in europe for advertising services, new data shows.
Find out which films helped the UK earn a record-breaking $9.4bn at the box office in 2015.
How can the creative industries attract young talent?
Analysis of deals involving UK creative businesses during 2015.
Actor Mark Rylance was one of six British winners at the 2016 Oscars.
Find out who won the top prizes at the 2016 BRITS music awards.
An international showcase at London Fashion Week will present emerging designers from across the world.
UK artists were five of the top 10 most popular music recording artists in the world in 2015. Find out more.
Read about the international appeal of the BBC's new TV version of the classic Tolstoy novel.
Find out how the creative industries earn almost £10m every hour for the UK.
Star Wars and the UK - partners for more than 30 years.
Find out which companies made the cut.
A new initiative - including a high profile series of events in April 2016 - will aim to make London the world's games capital.
British winners at the 2016 Golden Globes awards for film and television.
MPs believe creative industries are vital to the UK's future, but greater devolution could help.
How are the UK creative sectors viewed abroad? Read our latest survey snapshot.
UK ad agencies have launched a Silicon Valley tech mission.
A news item about Kingston Smith, the first commercial partner to this website.
From a shortlist of 10, Andy Serkis was selected as the first winner of the Cross-Industry Collaboration Award from the Creative Industries Council.
Small games businesses can apply to a new fund for support in turning business ideas into prototypes.
Find out more about the nominees for the new CIC Cross-Industry Collaboration Award, in partnership with The Hospital Club's 2015 h.Club 100 Awards.
What do the 2015 h.Club 100 Awards nominations tell us about the health of the UK games sector?
A short news item on the go-ahead for an increase in the UK's film tax relief.
Design Council CEO John Mathers on his experience of judging The Hospital Club's h.Club 100 'Rising Stars' category.
New official data shows the number of UK creative occupations increased by three times the UK economy average in 2014.
Advertising today succeeds by cross-pollinating skills.
A fusion of art and engineering is transforming the possibilities for creativity.
UK creative exports totalled £17.9bn in services during 2013. New data breaks down the contribution of each sector to the final export figure.
Changes to rules on UK tax relief for games are reaping benefits.
Why are UK agencies opening offices in Chicago?
A report into the UK's screen-based sectors attempts to put figures on the employment and value created by these industries.
London has attracted more overseas tech investment than major european cities combined. Find out why.
Why Oxford University is investing in spin-outs from its research facilities.
5 out of 10 of the world's top-selling album acts in 2014 were from the UK. Find out who made the cut..
A snapshot of the UK's creative media workers.
Central London festival line-up announced.
The Hospital Club, in partnership with the Creative Industries Council, has launched the 2015 h.Club 100 awards to recognise influential, innovative UK creative entrepreneurs.
A Nesta study has analysed the risk that automation will replace creative industries jobs.
Read about progress on the first year of the *Create UK strategy to grow the creative industries.
The March 2015 Budget included new measures for the creative industries. Read about them.
The GREAT Festival of Creativity comes to Shanghai. We will see you there.
More support for UK fashion design talent was announced at London Fashion Week AW15.
The UK creative industries generated a record £76.9bn of value to the UK economy in 2013, according to official data. Read more on the figures.
Creative organisation leaders and government representatives sound an optimistic note about 2015.
A short news story on London Collections Autumn Winter 2015, a key event for the UK menswear sector.
Children's live-action shows will qualify for tax relief. Find out more.
Find out about the newly-launched Creative Industries Federation and its work to promote UK creative sectors.
How could the UK government increase support for the games sector? Find out more.
New data on the size and value of the UK's games industry.
Find out about a programme to map London's tech clusters.
Read about the export success of the UK's television industry.
Want to join a trade visit to Singapore and Malaysia in late November-early December 2014? Find out more here.
The winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2014 has been announced. Find out more. (Rollover image credit: © Philip Vile)
India's Tata & Sons has appointed the JWT advertising agency - including its London office - to create a global branding campaign.
London Fashion Week in September 2014 was characterised by examples of digital innovation. Image: Peter Fitzgerald, BFC. Photographer: Shaun James Cox.
Industry campaigning led to changes in the curriculum that could boost creativity.
Inward investment is driving UK film and TV production.
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, the global marketing services group, on the business case for creativity.
London has been named the world's top tourist destination in 2014 by the Mastercard Global Cities Index report.
19 of the UK's Universities top the QS University World Rankings
2013 worldwide sales data for UK music acts. (Pre-rollover image credit: JM Enternational)
Campaigns such as McCann Manchester's TV ad for Liverpool One - shown on pre-rollover image - reflect the city's creative credentials. Find out how Manchester's creative leaders see its future potential.
TV entrepreneur Cat Lewis says UK TV has benefited from helpful regulation but the UK needs to ensure regional talent is supported.
Read about the health of the UK's successful independent television sector.
CrunchBase data reveals nearly $1 billion investment surge in the UK's start-up sector for the first half of 2014 thanks to the booming tech sector. (Rollover Image courtesy of Startups.co.uk)
London's is the world's leading theatre capital, according to new report. Pre-rollover image: Original London company of Shakespeare In Love, Disney. Image credit: Johan Persson.
Read the vision of the Creative Industries Council, the industry body advising government, on how to maintain and grow the success of the UK's creative industries.
Find out how jobs growth in the UK creative industries such as television and film - shown here - is outstripping the rest of the economy.
Research estimates that the UK is the largest market for app development in europe.
Read about Creative Birmingham, the focus of a new report and launch event.
Can Bristol's creative industries grow by 20% a year? The city's mayor thinks so.
Read about Warner Bros.' latest vote of confidence in the UK film production sector.
The Technology Strategy Board releases an ambitious £400 million investment plan for 2014-2015 to find and fund the UK's world-leading Innovators. (Pre-rollover image: courtesy of ESA - Zettlex designs).
Fourteen UK music acts, including Slow Club (pictured here), have received help to break overseas markets. Find out more.
UK video games development to benefit from similar tax reliefs as film, animation and high-end TV.
This report describes the UK Government's programme to help small to medium sized UK creative businesses win more overseas business.
Find out why the UK is "digitally ready" with the creative industries at the centre of technology-driven change.
Hear how take-up of streaming services such as Spotify and Deezer is helping stabilize revenues in the music sector.
Interest in British brands is growing among Chinese consumers.
Acts signed by independent music companies are receiving export help through a new scheme.
New statistics and the launch of www.thecreativeindustries.co.uk marked the launch of the Year of Creativity.
UK fashion directly contributes £26bn to the nation's economy, and indirectly encourages another £20bn of spending, according to new data released in February 2014.
Sir John Sorrell on why UK creativity leads the world
London theatres were booming in 2013. Read the figures in full.
Latest figures on the contribution made by the music industry to the UK economy.
The UK's independent TV production companies are enjoying increasing success in China. Find out more.
Read about the changes to rules to encourage more filming in the UK.
The IPA is the leading UK provider of online professional qualifications for the advertising industry
The market expects the take-up of new games consoles from Sony and Microsoft to be the key driver of business among UK games retailers in 2014.
UK Music's economic study reveals the UK Music Industry economic contribution rose 9% in 2013.
This opinion piece by Matt Hunter, Chief Design Officer of the Design Council, analyses what makes design.
Read about a selection of the 2015 h.Club 100 Awards winners.
Sixteen per cent more people visited the UK from overseas for music tourism in 2014-15. Find out more.