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- The motion picture and television industry supported 1,487 direct jobs and 525 production related jobs.
- The software industry supported 15,055 direct jobs and 32,316 jobs in total.
- Local television supported 6,730 jobs.
- Local radio supported 4,710 jobs.
- The app economy supported 21,280 jobs in the computing workforce.
- $78.38 million in wages generated from the motion picture and television industry.
- $25.18 million earned by new media and internet creators
- In the local app economy, the average computing salary is $94,938.
- State Economic Impact
- Local software industry contributed $2.736 million to U.S. GDP
- Local television contributed $3.17 billion to U.S. GDP.
- Local radio contributed $2.22 billion to U.S. GDP.
- U.S. Copyright Registrations [2011-2017]
- Total Registrations: 10,921
- Visual Arts Total: 1,293
- Performing Arts Total: 1,669
- Sound Recording Total: 1,375
- Literary Works: 6,584
- Creative Community By the Numbers
- 15 video gaming companies
- 70 local commercial radio stations
- 4 local commercial television stations
- 699 music publishers and 2,358 songwriters
- 40 newspaper publications
- 930 graphic designers
- 180 photographers
- Creative Spotlight
- Notable creators who hail from the state of New Hampshire:
- Mandy Moore, actor/singer
- Sarah Silverman, comedian
- The top 5 New Hampshire daily newspapers by circulation are the New Hampshire Union Leader, The Laconia Daily Sun, The Conway Daily Sun, Valley News, and Concord Monitor.
- Yankee Publishing, a media company that publishes the Old Farmer’s Almanac, is headquartered in Dublin, New Hampshire.
- Picaboo, an image printing service, is headquartered in Hanover, New Hampshire.
- Jumanji was partly filmed in New Hampshire.
- On November 7, 1783, New Hampshire enacted its first state copyright law.
- Peterborough, New Hampshire was the inspiration for the setting of Thornton Wilder’s play Our Town.
- The nation’s oldest newspaper is The New Hampshire Gazette. It was founded on October 7, 1756.
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