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NYC to Charge Permit Fees

Shutterstock_51628777 All major TV and film projects shooting in NYC will now be charged a permit fee. According to The Hollywood Reporter, officials from Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration confirmed that the city will charge $300 per shoot or per season, regardless of how long the shoot lasts. City and state tax incentives have drawn more production to the city, though fees for the use of municipal buildings and other city locales have been steadily rising. Some say it’s worth it; executive producer of “The Good Wife” Brooke Kennedy told THR the fee is “money well spent, you get so much here.”

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.
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