Mayor gives extra credit

Pons, Emilie
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/12/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 6, p2
Trade Publication
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has extended the city's film and TV production tax credit program by signing a legislation at City Hall. Bloomberg has previously made known of his plans to extend the program through 2011. The legislation ups the available credit to $30 million each year. The city is expecting several feature films within 2006 according to Film, Theater & Broadcasting Commissioner Katherine Oliver.


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