‘Veep’, ‘Westworld’ & ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Among Projects Awarded CA TV Tax Incentives

Gov. Jerry Brown last September. “Our leaders in Sacramento have begun to understand that keeping entertainment jobs and spending in-state is a worthy goal with a positive return on investment

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The first female President of the United States is coming to California and we don’t mean Hillary Clinton’s June 19 fundraising visit. HBO’s Veep is one of the four relocating television series  and 11 projects overall to be conditionally approved by the California Film Commission in the first round of production tax incentives under the now $330 million a year program. The CFC also revealed that American Crime Story, Major Crimes, Pretty Little Liars and Rizzoli & Isles were among the 27 projects to be chosen or grandfathered under the now shuttered lottery system (see full list below)

As Deadline revealed yesterday, the fifth season of FX’s American Horror Story will also receive a $9 million portion of the veep$27.6 million allocated for relocated series from other states and Canada under the new expanded non-lottery system. The past two seasons of AHS were produced in tax credit lucrative…

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The School Music Deal(TM) and why it’s a game changer.

Hey if your considering putting out a Single EP or Full Length Music release our DigitalDistributionDeal.com reaches over 200 outlets.

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So AltavozEntmt just announced the 1st School Music Deal(TM) with DeMatha Catholic High School out of Maryland and not only do we think that chance for schools to participate in sale of music thought all of the major channels, Amazon, ITunes, Spotify, Youtube, the list goes on.

PRLogMay 8, 2015ROCKVILLE, Md.Altavoz Entertainment launches its first School Music Distribution Deal with Maryland’s DeMatha Catholic High School in a program that will allow the school to raise funds by offering school music performances and other entertainment for sale to the public through digital platforms such as iTunes and Amazon with some products being made available to any brick and mortar store and Public Libraries via Altavoz’s DaaS -Distribution as a Service platform.

Just as important is the ability for schools to earn further earn money when one of their students, alumni, supporters, family or friends sign’s up…

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Hipster Finds Lifestyle Too Expensive, Reverts Back to Mainstream

One of the funniest post in while only because it’s true.

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HipsterASHEVILLE, NC — Derek Loy has been living the hipster lifestyle for the past two years, but after his bank account began to dwindle, he reverted back to mainstream customs.

“I tried my best,” said Loy, “I really did. I was juicing regularly, eating local and organic, and was doing my best to only drink craft beer. Unfortunately, my bank account just couldn’t handle hipster living.”

Loy said the added stress on his bank account caused him to revert back to a more conventional lifestyle, that he enjoyed in his pre-hipster years.

“All the stuff I was doing was great. Kale salads and IPA’s are delicious, but you know what’s also fantastic: cheap stuff. Bud light, frozen chicken and pizza, Coke. Was I saving a lot of money on clothes? Absolutely. I mean, I was buying stuff from thrift stores that homeless people probably wouldn’t wear. And, because I rarely showered…

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Tiny Batteries — And Tiny Investors — Usher In a Wave of Hardware Startups

The miniaturization of computing is going to make some giant leaps in 2014 and this is an integral part of the solution set.

I always heard that many…

I always heard that many recording artists have always requested a vinyl master and these acts of rebellion against the digitalonlies and of course all the house DJ’s keep vinyl on life support allowing it the chance to become an important part of of the music landscape once again.

via I always heard that many….

Turntable fixed

Since I still have my SL D2 from 1979 I’ll be check out Normal Heights.

BOBBY CRESSEY

Now, I am developing into a vinyl freak which could be a big problem. I don’t have any room for records.

I must tell you, these records sound better than the digitally chopped up and compressed MP3s I’ve been listening to for the past several years. Creamy and live. Hard to describe it, but it’s real. And inspiring.

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Ok, Ok I’m here

Just got myself some wordpress acrage and we’ll seen what I can farm up from it.

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