Mon, September 22nd, 2014 - 9:38 am - By Gordon Basichis
Corra Group has concentrated new effort on the local entertainment and media industry as the new deal for California State tax credits promises to boost native film and television production . According to the Los Angeles Times article, dated August 27, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown have signed off on a bill authorizing the $330 Million commitment will even the playing field between California’s two main rivals, Georgia and New York.
As a local background checking service, with headquarters in proximity to Hollywood, Corra Group has been servicing the entertainment and media industry for close to a decade. “We have offeredbackground checks for both employment screening and production talent, to film and television production companies as well as advertising and new media agencies,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Gordon Basichis.
“But in the past years, California has been the victim of runaway production,” said Basichis. “Film and television companies are shooting on location elsewhere as other states were offering far more attractive production credits. It’s tough for California to compete when other states are offering as much as a thirty percent reduction in the overall cost of location production.”
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