TV & Film Official data The government's official data body, the ONS, treats TV, film, radio and photography as a single categor, for the purpose of statistics. There were 261,000 estimated jobs in the TV, film, radio and photography sector in 2017. The highest numbers were concentrated in London, the South East, the North West and Scotland. Between 2011 and 2017, there was a 24.1 per cent rise in the number of UK jobs in this category. This category represented 12.9 per cent of creative industries employment. In 2014, the sector generated £10.8bn of Gross Value Added (GVA), up from £8.2bn in 2008. Between 2008 and 2014, the average annual increase in GVA was 4.7 per cent for the sector. In 2015, the value of services exported from the UK TV, film, radio and photography sector was £5.46bn, up from £4,72bn in 2014. It was the second-biggest exporting creative industry sector, after IT and services. Sources: Creative Industries Focus on Employment, DCMS, July 2018; Creative Industries Economic Estimates, DCMS, July 2018.