The seemingly ceaseless concerns about runaway production in Hollywood (the metaphysical home of the entertainment business) got a little bit of good news today. Eric Garcetti, the councilman who represents Hollywood (the physical place) and is running for Los Angeles mayor, pushed through a waiver of city fees for TV pilots filmed in the city.
No idea if the savings will make much difference in runaway production, but it suggests city officials are listening to Hollywood (both places) concerns at least a little bit.
What do you think? Will this help much in stemming the tide of runaway production in the city?