film tax incentives

Culture
7:47 pm
Wed September 25, 2013

States Ponder Costs, Benefits Of Film Incentives

Homeland, the CIA series starring Claire Danes, is just one of many television shows and movies that film far from their putative settings.
Kent Smith Showtime

Originally published on Tue September 24, 2013 5:47 pm

Showtime's critically acclaimed series Homeland starts its third season next week; the spies and terrorists who weave its tangled storyline will be back roaming the halls of CIA headquarters and the streets of D.C.

Or so you'll think. But Homeland is actually filmed in Charlotte, N.C. And it's all because of money.

About 40 states offer some sort of incentive to lure Hollywood productions to their precincts. But some have begun to wonder if they're getting their money's worth.

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The Jim Engster Show
11:03 am
Sun January 27, 2013

MONDAY: The NAACP's Musheer Robinson, Roger Wilson on Film Tax Incentives

Jim talks with Musheer Robinson, of the local NAACP, speaks in an UNOFFICIAL capacity about crime and poverty and political priorities.

Film producer Roger Wilson discusses the state's film & TV tax incentives and how they help Louisiana's economy.

Dr. Steven Beck, Director of the LSU School of Music, talks about the annual Concert Spectacular, this Friday night.