This week we hear about how the economy affects Hollywood, why we get more of the same from TV, and a technology ideal for shooting snakes and funerals.
The news today includes proliferating VJs, enchanting marimba sounds, and how we’ll all be using Cloud apps real soon…
Up until now, no one has had to pay for a permit since the city established a film office in 1966.
Well, not quite of course. Maybe I should have used “Getting Money Out of the Government”.
But gathering all the relevant info about what’s being offered–and just how to take advantage of the credit–can be difficult.
The Business Insider has a breezy but possibly useful look at new tax breaks cooked up last year. Aimed at small businesses, these are part of The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 .
Currently, Albany must decide whether or not to extend the tax credits and whether to expand them as Gov. Paterson wants to.
Mayor Bloomberg and the Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Robert W. Walsh announced today a new online app that is aimed at helping entrepreneurs find the best way through the often-bewildering thicket of city government on up. NYC Business Express offers a one stop, interactive method for identifying and taking advantage of city, state […]
…one initiative–NYC High-Tech Connect–will help connect inventors with investors, workspaces, and other resources.
“the new $3200 fee levied on companies filming inside municipally owned buildings is drawing complaints…”