England's creative industries have been handed a £20m boost.
The government package, which will help sectors including fashion, broadcast and video games, is designed to support an industry that contributes more than £100bn to the UK economy, Minister for the Creative Industries Margot James said.
The deal includes £4m being pumped into the creative industries of Bristol, Greater Manchester and the West Midlands, while a £14m Creative Careers Programme will see leading industry figures working with schools and college to improve access to job opportunities.
Organisers hope to reach more than 160,000 students by 2020.
Another £2m will go towards the Get it Right campaign, which seeks to educate consumers on copyright infringement.
And £200,000 will be spent on the Digital Schoolhouse programme, which is delivered by games trade body Ukie and PlayStation. It aims to inspire the next generation of game creators and could be in place in 50 schools by September next year.
The cash injection follows the publication of new figures which reveal the value of the creative industries to the UK is up from £94.8bn in 2016 to £101.5bn, growing at nearly twice the rate of the economy since 2010.