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"Made in NY" Tax Credit Up for Extension/Expansion

By Indiewire | Indiewire May 10, 2006 at 8:46AM

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today visited the feature film "The Nanny Diaries" on location in TriBeCa to announce that in the coming weeks his administration will work with the New York City Council on a local law to reauthorize and expand the "Made in NY" tax credit initiative, which will provide $30 million in city financing annually for local film and television productions through 2011. The "Made in NY" tax credit initiative has helped to create jobs and expand the city's $5 billion film and TV sector, which supports employment for more than 100,000 New Yorkers. [Brian Brooks]
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today visited the feature film "The Nanny Diaries" on location in TriBeCa to announce that in the coming weeks his administration will work with the New York City Council on a local law to reauthorize and expand the "Made in NY" tax credit initiative, which will provide $30 million in city financing annually for local film and television productions through 2011. The "Made in NY" tax credit initiative has helped to create jobs and expand the city's $5 billion film and TV sector, which supports employment for more than 100,000 New Yorkers. [Brian Brooks]







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