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'Midnight Rider’ Accident Still Evoking Safety Concerns

(Variety, June 7)

Ellen Schwartz, the producer of "The Good Lie," urged the 100 attendees at a Produced By panel, which focused on safety and the role of insurers, to let crews know that they can speak up about safety concerns without fear of retribution.


Filmed Entertainment Revenues Will Grow Through 2018 Led By Home Video Streaming: Report

(Deadline, June, 4)

Total spending on entertainment will increase over the next five years, particularly for filmed entertainment.


MPAA Strikes Deal With China’s Xunlei to Prevent Piracy

(THR, June 4)

The Chinese video and music sharing company has agreed to implement a comprehensive system to protect MPAA members' copyrighted works from unauthorized downloading.


Record 497 Projects Apply for California's Film and TV Tax Credits

(THR, June 3)

Twenty-three projects were initially chosen by lottery, and the final list of approved projects will be announced July 1.


Reality TV Production Deal Prices Escalate Amid Consolidation Wave

(LA Times, June 3)

'Gold rush' is used often to describe deals, escalating prices in reality TV industry.


NEVADA: As a Sunday Deadline Approaches, Five Downtown Properties Still Without Labor Contracts

(Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 30)

Culinary Workers Local 226 and Bartenders Local 165 are still in negotiations with five casinos.


California Assembly Approves Film and TV Tax Bill

((LA Times, May 28)

AB 1839 would renew and increase the state's film state tax credit to as much as $400 million a year.


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