Skip to comments.Tentative state budget includes ‘Jimmy Fallon’ tax credit to lure ‘The Tonight Show’ back to NY
Posted on 03/21/2013 6:36:26 PM PDT by NoLibZone
Budget documents state that a talk or variety program that gets the credit must be filmed before a studio audience of at least 200, have a production budget of at least $30 million or run at least $10 million in capital expenses and has to have been shot outside New York for at least 5 seasons prior to relocation.
New York already gives companies producing movies or television series in the state a tax credit equal to 30% of production costs. It costs the state $420 million in revenue a year.
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H Y P O C R I T E S .
They know tax cuts work to create business.
NY wants Fallon? Isn’t there enough rap culture there already?
That’s a big ‘ooooops’ on my part.
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