entertainment industry


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Noun1.entertainment industry - those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theaterentertainment industry - those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
film industry, movie industry - the entertainment industries involved in producing and distributing movies
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For every dollar spent on employment in the entertainment industry, it multiplies out three times,'' said Thom Davis, business representative for IATSE Local 80, which represents Hollywood behind-the-scenes workers.
EIE the official charity of the entertainment industry, combines the power of the entertainment industry with corporate support to bring attention to important issues like arts and music education.
Casting will focus on reporting the latest in New York entertainment industry news, gossip, personalities and trends.
Los Angeles Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, another panelist at the Entertainment Industry Business Council Legislative Forum, pointed to the reduction in business taxes, approved last month by the City Council, that will gradually cut the tax burden by as much as 15 percent.
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We think we're losing opportunities to keep the film industry where it belongs - right here in Hollywood,'' Hahn said at a news conference at a Hollywood company that rents and sells equipment for the entertainment industry.
Paid initially impressed me with its stellar customer service in the incredibly demanding collectibles industry and I believed it could be applied to the entertainment industry.
It would definitely amount to several billions of potential tax benefits to the entertainment industry.
That was part of the great Silicon Valley suck-up contest - this must be part of the great entertainment industry suck-up contest,'' said Gary Ruskin, director of the Congressional Accountability Project, a watchdog group.
Repealing it, however, means a giant hit to those who benefited most - big manufacturers like Boeing and General Electric, high-tech giants like Hewlett-Packard and, of course, the entertainment industry.
Halpin has been a force in the interactive entertainment industry for fifteen years as an executive and entrepreneur.
Gilbert said that it is sometimes difficult to convince politicians that the economic problems facing workers in the entertainment industry, with its perceived glamour, are the same as those for any other California workers.

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