New Report Emphasizes Importance of Copyright Industries to U.S. Economy

By: Ed Christman |

The U.S. copyright industries, including music, television, film, book, radio, and newspaper and magazine industries employed more than 10.6 million workers and contributed more than $1.6 trillion, to the U.S. economy in 2010, or 11.1% of GDP,  according to a new report commissioned by the National Music Publishers’ Association and the Recording Industry Assn. of American other major copyright trade organizations as part of the International Intellectual Property Alliance.

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