Yesterday the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities released a study examining film and TV tax subsidies in the US. Titled "State Film Subsidies: Not Much Bang For Too Many Bucks" the report is very critical of subsides concluding "State film subsidies are a wasteful, ineffective, and unfair instrument of economic development." In an LA Times article the MPAA blasts the report as a "...politically motivated, slipshod report..."

Links to the study and the LA Times article follow...


Article Links:

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: State Film Subsidies: Not Much Bang For Too Many Bucks

Los Angeles Times: Liberal think tank and Hollywood's lobbying arm trade barbs over state film subsidies


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