Most of us know about Georgia’s booming TV and film industry, buoyed by a preponderance of idyllic locations, low production costs and tax incentives that welcome producers. Today, the president of SCAD offers three “main acts” the state should attend to in order to keep the cameras, lights and action afloat. Meanwhile, a music advocate wants more attention given to growing that industry, something she considers a no-brainer given the talent that calls Georgia home. Elsewhere, an Atlanta city official outlines improvements at a troubled agency.

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