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On-Location TV Shoots In Los Angeles Are Up, But Filming Is Down

On-location TV production is booming in Los Angeles, thanks in part to California's $330 million annual film incentives program. "Approximately one fourth of all local (on-location) TV drama and TV comedy production is incentive-driven," FilmL.A. said in its latest quarterly report released today. Even so, three-fourths of TV comedies and dramas shot on location here from July through September were filmed without incentives at all.
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