Exclusive: DFW ‘creative economy’ is biggest in state at $34B

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According to a report from the University of North Texas’ Economics Research Group, North Texas’ creative economy – the performing and visuals arts, music studios, museums, architectural firms and advertising agencies for example – contribute roughly 205,000 jobs and $34 billion annually to the region, and it’s growing fast.


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