The entertainment industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy and has already grown by roughly 11 percent per year over the past three decades.
The industry is estimated to add $1.8 trillion to the economy by 2032.
But a new study by the Brookings Institution has found that the entertainment industry has grown by more than $1 trillion in the last 10 years, and has been on a trajectory of $2.6 trillion by 2020.
The study finds that the U of A’s Entertainment Industry Investment Trust, which was established in 2000, is poised to grow to $2 billion in 2020, with annual revenues of $1 billion.
The trust has a stated goal of $3 billion.
The entertainment industry’s growth is primarily driven by an increase in the number of movie and television shows being produced.
A growing number of people have access to television shows, and these shows are being produced more and more frequently.
The study notes that the number and quality of these shows is often influenced by local TV markets, and therefore are able to compete more fiercely for viewers.
The other big factor behind the industry’s rapid growth is the growth of the entertainment and live-action entertainment industries.
This industry has exploded in size in the past few decades, and is expected to continue growing at a pace of at least 10 percent per annum through 2020.
According to the report, the industry has $1,066 billion in assets under management, which represents an average of $15.6 billion per year.
The investment trust is expected add about $1 to $1 million per day of assets by 2020, and to be worth $2 trillion by 2026.
The report notes that this is still well below the total assets of the top 50 U.N. member states combined, which have an average estimated value of $18.3 trillion.
However, as the study points out, “the growth rate of the world’s most powerful nations is slowing, as is that of their most economically powerful nations.”
The report also noted that the total value of the total entertainment industry assets under control is estimated at $3.1 trillion, which is more than triple the amount that was estimated a decade ago.
The economic impact of the industry is huge.
According to the study, the average annual revenue of the Entertainment Industry Trust is estimated by Brookings to be $2,878 per household.
The report notes, “The entertainment industries’ revenues are growing rapidly, and are projected to increase by 10 percent or more each year.”
This article has been updated to include a statement from the UofA’s Entertainment Trust.