Florida Film and Diversion Industry Monetary Effect Examination Rick Harper, Ph.D. Chief UWF Haas Center Film Florida/FF.


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Florida Film and Excitement Industry Financial Effect Examination Rick Harper, Ph.D. Executive UWF Haas Center Film Florida/FFEAC Jacksonville, FL, December 9/10, 2008. In 2007, film and amusement related spending represented: $17.9 billion in GSP (Florida's Gross State Item)
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Florida Film and Entertainment Industry Economic Impact Analysis Rick Harper, Ph.D. Executive UWF Haas Center Film Florida/FFEAC Jacksonville, FL, December 9/10, 2008

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In 2007, film and stimulation related spending represented: $17.9 billion in GSP (Florida’s Gross State Product) $8.5 billion in individual wage $498 million in expense income to Florida 207,800 occupations GSP Impact expanded by 13% from 2003 – 2007 For each $1 spent on a generation inside Florida, the state sees an extra 95 pennies in effect.

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Over 68,000 occupations were made specifically in expressions, excitement and amusement administrations. 28,620 employments in expert and specialized administrations 26,520 occupations in Information administrations 11,870 employments in development 10,810 employments in retail exchange

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Florida Industry Cluster Growth Comparison 2008 - 2018

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Conclusion: In 2002, Florida firms inside of the general film and amusement industry created over $4.7 billion in income and paid over $1.2 billion in wages. By 2007, the significant segment businesses of movies, TV, plugs and music features, and computerized media saw incomes surpassing $8.5 billion, or 5.2 percent of US industry wide incomes. The assessed financial effect of the Florida Film and Entertainment Industry developed from almost $27 billion in 2003 to $29.2 billion in 2007. The business is as of now in charge of more than 207,000 occupations in the state and produces over $497.5 million in duty incomes yearly. The Gross Regional Product (GRP) created by the business speaks to 2.4 percent of the aggregate state GRP.

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Florida Film and Entertainment Industry Economic Impact Analysis Questions? Rick Harper, Ph.D. Chief UWF Haas Center

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