A cultural industry sometimes used synonymously with creative industries   is an economic field concerned with producing, reproducing, storing, and distributing cultural goods and services on industrial and commercial terms. The term was first introduced by Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer in the Dialectic of Enlightenment ,  : 21 who chose this term in place of mass culture , which implies that such phenomenon "arises spontaneously from the masses themselves," like a culture; cultural industry excludes this notion and instead emphasizes that the phenomenon is manufactured. The notion of cultural industries generally includes textual, music , television , and film production and publishing ,  as well as crafts and design. For some countries, such fields as architecture , the visual and performing arts , sport , advertising , and cultural tourism may be included as adding value to the content and generating values for individuals and societies. They are knowledge-based and labour-intensive , creating employment and wealth.
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