Arts & Technology: Digital Business Models in Performing Arts - Part 1: Introduction

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Digital Business Models in Performing Arts – Part 1: Introduction

As the digital world extends more and more into the overall entertainment sector, performing arts companies and creators have begun harnessing digital technology tools to empower themselves and bring their work to whole new markets. In this new CircusTalk Original Series,  Kadja Manninen takes us through some of the ways that cutting-edge arts and technology intersect and provide new business opportunities for the industry.
The performing arts industry has experienced significant changes in recent years due to digitalization. Digital technology has made it possible for performing arts organizations to explore new business models and revenue streams, allowing them to reach wider audiences and increase their revenue. “Arts & Technology: Digital Business Models in Performing Arts,” is a new series by CircusTalk, hosted by Kadja Manninen. The series delves into the creation of innovative business models and the exploration of novel opportunities for performing artists and arts organizations within the digital economy. The introductory video defines the key concepts and highlights prevalent digital business models employed by performing arts organizations, exploring the strategies and approaches these organizations have adopted to thrive in the digital realm....
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Kadja Manninen

Kadja Manninen is a researcher, arts manager and lecturer specialised in performing arts and digital entrepreneurship. Kadja has a background as a contemporary circus artist, and prior professional experience of working in diverse managerial and specialist roles in the creative industries. She holds an MA in Culture, Policy and Management from City, University of London, and is currently finalising her PhD in Digital Economy Research at University of Nottingham.