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US, Foreign Cities Compete for Hollywood Productionsi
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Elizabeth Lee
November 21, 2012 5:28 PM
Many people call Los Angeles, home of Hollywood, the entertainment capital of the world. But much of the city's television and film industry is leaving Los Angeles for other cities in the United States and further afield. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles to find out why.

US, Foreign Cities Compete for Hollywood Productions

Elizabeth Lee

Published November 21, 2012

Many people call Los Angeles, home of Hollywood, the entertainment capital of the world. But much of the city's television and film industry is leaving Los Angeles for other cities in the United States and further afield. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles to find out why.


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