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New report predicts huge growth for digital industries

A new report announces that the digital content creation market will rise to nearly $5billion in the next five years.

Jon Peddie Research‘s 2007 Digital Content Creation Report predicts that the 3D modeling and animation, 2D animation, digital video, graphics and imaging, and audio markets will reach a worth of $4.9 billion by 2012, reflecting a compound annual growth rate of 10%.

The report claims the fastest growing segments in the future will be interactive development and video, as the internet offers new distribution networks and new programming approaches to extend the power of individual web sites.

“We are seeing big shifts in the digital content creation market,“ says Kathleen Maher, author of the report. “There have been game-changing moves by Adobe with the acquisition of Macromedia and Serious Magic, Autodesk‘s acquisition of Alias and Colorfront and Google‘s acquisition of Sketchup and YouTube. The landscape is changing right in front of us all.”

A detailed breakdown of the findings are available in the 2007 version of the Digital Content Creation Report. Single electronic copies are USD$5,000, and site licenses for intranet sharing are USD$7,500.

Source: 3DWorld Magazine

Jon Peddie Research is a technically oriented multimedia and graphics research and consulting firm, based in Tiburon, California.

The report covers DCC software in the following segments:

• 3D Modeling and Animation

• Digital Video Editing & Compositing

• DVD Authoring

• Dynamic/Interactive Content Authoring

• Graphics and Image Editing

To obtain a copy of the Report: JPR

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