TV rules Q3 production

Kilday, Gregg
October 2008
Hollywood Reporter;10/24/2008, Vol. 407 Issue 5, p22
Trade Publication
The article talks about the growing demand for reality-based TV productions in Los Angeles, California in July-September, 2008. It is reported that due to an upswing in TV production, buoyed by increases in dramatic series and reality TV filming, on location feature film shoots as well as commercial production were down dramatically. For third-quarter 2008, film production was down 38 percent, while commercial shoots, a victim of the deteriorating economy, were off 24 percent.


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