Wednesday, 13 August 2014 10:44
Webinar: Louisiana Entertainment Industry, Chris Stelly
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liveLouisiana Entertainment Industry is "Red-Hot"

The Louisiana Film Industry is now considered to be the top location site in the world.

 

The digital media and interactive incentive package is helping to bring in thousands of young people into this industry sector.

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The Music and Live Performing tax credits are intended to improve upon these highly-recognized world-wide industries sectors, hoping to do for those industry-sectors, what the film incentives have accomplished in Louisiana.

To help get out the word about the Louisiana Entertainment opportunities, Bayoubuzz is hosting a Google Hangout webcast August 14 at 2 pm--featuring the Executive Director of Entertainment for Louisiana Economic Development, Chris Stelly.

Louisiana films readies for George Clooney, Sandra Bullock, NCIS, more

Stelly heads the department in charge of the tax incentives for film, music, digital (Interactive) media and Live Performance.

If you want to learn more about the incredible opportunities availability for this industry, attend this FREE Google Hangout webcast. 

The Webcast is "Live" from a computer, desktop, laptop, smart phone or tablet, near you.  The Webcast will also be shown in real-time on various locations on Youtube, Bayoubuzz, Google Plus and Facebook, and more.

 

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