It’s a time of year when people look to the future.
That means thinking about the next few years, which is why the ABC is putting together its annual survey of the country’s entertainment industry.
This year, the ABC surveyed a cross-section of industries in a bid to understand what it takes to be a great entertainment industry and to thrive in the digital age.
It’s also the year when we take stock of how we’re doing as a country.
Here’s what we’ve learned.
Music is the future: Music is more than just the soundtrack to your favourite TV show.
Music in Australia is changing the way we consume entertainment.
And it’s changing how we create and consume new content.
A big part of this is thanks to music streaming services like Spotify and Rdio.
It can also help artists to build fanbases, and to build relationships with fans.
The biggest music-streaming companies like Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer have become the major players in Australia’s music scene.
Music streaming is a big part in how Australians consume entertainment, and a big reason why Australians are buying more music and listening to it more.
This has been a major driver in the music industry’s growth.
Spotify now has more than 40 million paid subscribers and more than 100 million music albums.
Rdio is one of the largest music subscription services in Australia, with more than 7 million music subscribers.
And Deezers’ biggest player, Rdio Australia, has about 400 million subscribers.
In 2017, Rdo was valued at $8.3 billion.
Music makes Australians feel more connected to their favourite TV shows and films.
In the past few years the internet has been embraced by Australian viewers.
And with the rise of the internet and social media, people are spending more time watching and listening on these platforms.
In 2018, more Australians watched TV shows, films and movies than ever before.
In fact, this year Australians spent more time on social media than they ever have before.
It also means people are more connected and connected to the world around them.
The ABC’s survey found Australians are more likely to say they spend more time with friends on social networks, and more likely than ever to use the internet to connect with family, friends and friends of friends.
This can have a big impact on the way people experience and interact with content.
The internet has also helped people make more of an impact on their lives.
For example, in 2018, Australians were more likely in every state to be more likely on Facebook to spend time with a friend or family member, and in every region to have more friends on Facebook than before.
This is because social media is becoming a big force for engagement in Australia.
The fact that people spend more of their time online means Australians are living more online-connected lives, which makes them more open to the internet, according to the survey.
The digital economy is the new entertainment business model.
Digital entertainment has been growing faster than any other sector of the economy in Australia since the early 1990s.
The Digital Entertainment and Media Association (DEMA) says digital entertainment has created a new industry, and the digital economy in particular.
This sector is responsible for more than 50 per cent of the Australian economy.
It employs about 10 per cent and employs more than 500,000 Australians.
The number of jobs in digital entertainment grew by almost 70 per cent between 2015 and 2020.
Digital content has also been an important driver of growth in the film, television, live entertainment and film-making industries.
The future of entertainment in Australia will be defined by digital services and digital distribution.
In 2020, Australians will spend about $18 billion on digital content.
This figure includes all types of digital content including digital streaming services, digital downloads and social networks.
The numbers will grow even further when digital distribution services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Studios launch.
We’re changing how Australians make entertainment: Australians are also living longer, and will have to adapt to the changing demands of the 21st century.
The median age of Australians is now 37, up from 34 in 2017.
Australians are increasingly living in their own world, and spending more of the time away from home.
The average Australian spends about 15 hours a week in the home.
People are also increasingly spending more and more time online.
There is a shift in the way Australians spend time online as well.
While Australians spend less time online, they are spending less time on their mobile phones and computers.
Australians spend more than they were a decade ago: Australians have become increasingly engaged in their online lives.
The amount Australians spend online is growing faster and faster.
According to the Digital Economy Monitor, Australians spend an average of 14 hours a day on social networking sites and 12 hours on email.
There are even more Australians online than there were 10 years ago.
This shows that Australians are becoming increasingly active in the world of digital media.
And in 2018 there were more Australians on social platforms than ever.
The Australian Bureau