To consider how Scotland can grow sustainable TV, film and video games industries.
The Committee launched a call for evidence on Friday 5 December 2014.
The Committee published its report on Tuesday 31 March 2015:
The Committee received the Scottish Government's response on 28 May 2015.
A debate on the inquiry report was held in the Chamber on Thursday 3 September 2015.
Read the Official Report of the Committee debate on the Economic Impact of the Creative Industries.
The Committee received an update from the Scottish Government on 15 December 2015.
On 10 February 2016, the Committee held a follow up evidence session with Creative Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise to establish what progress had been made since the inquiry concluded. Read the written submissions for this meeting.
The Committee took further evidence from the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs on 9 March 2016. On 22 March 2016 the Committee received a further update in writing from the Cabinet Secretary.
14 January 2015: Panel 1: Video Games Industry
- Brian Baglow, Director, Scottish Games Network
- Paul Durrant, Director of Business Development, Abertay University
- Colin MacDonald, Games Commissioner, Channel 4
- Chris van der Kuyl, Chairman, 4J Studios
21 January 2015: Panel 1: TV
- Ewan Angus, Head of Commissioning, BBC Scotland
- Alan Clements, Director of Content, STV
- Ian MacKenzie, Development Manager, Creative Diversity, Channel 4
- Drew McFarlane, National Organiser for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Equity
- Jane Muirhead, National Director, Scotland, PACT
Panel 2: Film
- Ken Hay, Chief Executive, Centre for the Moving Image (CMI)
- Arabella Page Croft, Producer, Black Camel Pictures
- John Archer, Producer, Hopscotch Films & Chair of IPS
- Bob Last, Independent Producer
- Iain Smith, Producer and Chair of the Board of the British Film Commission
28 January 2015: Panel 1: Public Sector Agencies
4 February 2015:
- Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs
- John Swinney, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Constitution and the Economy
The Committee published its report on Tuesday 31 March 2015.
The Committee published its report on 31 March 2015. You can read it here.
The Committee received the Scottish Government's response on 28 May 2015. You can read the response here.