State Politics

April 25, 2014

Reality shows, pro wrestling may be cut from NC's TV-film incentives program

The film industry points to high-budget movies such as "Iron Man 3" and TV series such as Showtime's "Homeland" as examples of projects lured to North Carolina by a tax incentive program. But reality show episodes, late-night TV shows, commercials, documentaries and "sports entertainment" programs also are eligible for and get money back from their spending in the state - at least for now.

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