Chairman of the Senate Committee on Public Safety, Senator John Albers (R – Roswell), and Chairman of the Senate Committee on Science and Technology, Senator Chuck Payne (R – Dalton), announced plans to host a joint committee meeting concerning the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
If you are a company (or individual) in Georgia you can financially support innovation in public education and connect diverse students to the massive and growing creative industry without spending one extra penny!
Hasbro Entertainment is actively developing and producing over 30 projects and is focused on priority brands including DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE, NERF, PLAY-DOH, MAGIC: THE GATHERING, PEPPA PIG, MY LITTLE PONY, and more.
By Chiquita Woolfolk Banks, Esq. A new bill introduced in the NYS Senate would prohibit applicants of the State’s Film…
Intuit Mailchimp celebrates the creative spirit of Atlanta and announces a pledge of $1 million to support 10 vibrant and diverse local arts organizations. With recent closures that have signaled a severe threat to the livelihood of the creative community, we’re taking a proactive step to bolster their resilience and help these organizations grow.
Augusta is a thriving film and entertainment town too—home to actors Laurence Fishburne, Lenny Von Dohlen, Khary Payton (TWD’s King Ezekiel) and Danielle Panabaker (HBO’s Empire Falls and Disney’s Stuck in the Suburbs), professional wrestler and entertainer Hulk Hogan and many others.
Greenspoon Marder Entertainment Law attorney Kendall Minter has been selected as an honoree for the 2023 Radio and Records Awards.
Georgia Entertainment, the state’s leading source for news, events and analysis of the creative industry, has announced a far reaching agreement with Ghost Gaming and Skillshot Media. As a result of the agreement, the companies will collaborate on content, reports, events and other initiatives around the gaming and esports industry in Georgia and beyond.
Georgia News Network recently completed a feature for the radio station’s ongoing ‘Georgia Focus’ series focused on the state’s growing entertainment business. The program, highlighting business owners in Georgia, will be heard on 186 affiliate radio stations statewide.
“So, there’s an incentive that Georgia gives that other states also give, and we have the best one in the country,” said Davidson. “We’re looking to highlight the benefits of communities having not just film, but having robust cultural arts, music, gaming, community and how that rides along with economic development overall, how that’s easier for site selectors to get companies to move here.”