GOV. JERRY BROWN GIVES CERTAINTY TO CALIFORNIA’S FILMMAKING & TV PRODUCTION COMMUNITIES WITH JOB CREATION ASSURANCE FUNDING SIGNED INTO LEGISLATION
One of the USA’s most powerful tools in creating the image of a super power rhetoric, is the film and television industries non-stop talent competition that creates, sources and finds the most credible oracles for America, in the furtherance of the American star system of talent spinning. Here’s a story about that as well as being about architectural employment planning for a region’s people, youth into jobs created by legislation assurance.
Why is it important? The move demonstrating wise leadership, helps give certainty to a region. People can then plan and relax into a real life with such a move being sounded from a true leader.
News from Sacramento where California Gov. Jerry Brown works from is said to be creating some degree of further certainty for the employment market of California’s filmmaking communities.
The state has designed a program, that seeks to stem runaway production from California. Each year $100 million will be invested by way of funding to 2017, as it (apparently) the plan has sought to do since 2009.
Now signed into law, the plan seeks to keep production within California, at least til July 1, 2017. The bill authored in the Assembly by Felipe Fuentes and pushed in the state Senate by Ron Calderon continues an annual outlay of $100 million a year to subsidize productions that are made in the state, with a special bonus for those TV series that return from out of state.
“By creating tens of thousands of jobs and pumping billions into our economy, the film and television tax credit program has truly been a statewide economic stimulus package,” said Fuentes. “Extending this incentive program will prevent production companies from moving their projects, jobs and spending out of California.”
According to Fuentes, so far, $400 million in tax credits has been allocated to eligible film and television productions since the program was signed into law by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2009. Of that, only $229,139 has actually been claimed for tax credits
I like the idea of wealth creation evidence equating to jobs and employment. Many Governors, Mayors of cities all over the world should follow suit and do the same, with politicians help, in their own regions too. It’s all about sustainable employment. Happy people, happy families equals a real and happy community.
Gov. Brown is good friends with Hollywood producers David Geffen, Steven Spielberg, Warren Beatty, Annette Benning and Jeffrey Katzenberg. A much needed win-win-win for California’s security and economic security.
[Photo caption: Rabbi Jonathan Aaron, left, California Gov. Jerry Brown and Rabbi Laura Geller at a California brainstorm session on the afternoon of Yom Kippur, Sept. 26, 2012, at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills. Photo by Aaron Epstein, Jewish Journal].
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