On Wednesday, the Senate Finance Committee held a hearing on the $1.2 trillion film industry.
It’s one of several hearings planned for this year to examine how the industry is doing in the wake of the government shutdown, the government’s $7.7 trillion budget cut, and other budgetary issues.
But while the hearings are focused on film and video games, they’re not necessarily the only ones looking into the industry.
Here are some other topics the Senate will hear about.1.
Film and TV production costsThe Senate hearing on film production cost was scheduled to be held in October, but was postponed because of the shutdown.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has said that the industry has already incurred $1 trillion in production costs.
But the industry’s own costs are actually higher than that.
In fact, a recent report by the Associated Press estimated that the film industry has spent $1,739 per employee, per year.
And the film production costs are not the only source of the industry-wide cost of production.
In January, the AP reported that the U.S. spent $832 billion on film in 2017.
This is up from the $824 billion that the production industry spent in 2016.
But there are many factors to consider when determining the actual cost of film production.
It can be difficult to determine exactly how much money the U,S.
government spends on film.
A recent study by the Entertainment Software Association found that the government spends about $1 billion per year on production and distribution costs.
This figure includes the cost of marketing and public relations, but also includes costs like licensing fees, advertising, and even production fees.
And even when it comes to film content, there’s no exact figure for how much is spent on film content.
According to the Entertainment Technology Association, there is “no clear or easy-to-measure figure on how much film is produced and distributed worldwide.”
And even as the U-S.
continues to spend money on film, other countries are taking steps to reduce their reliance on film for their productions.
For example, Germany is trying to reduce its reliance on Hollywood productions.
According the AP, in 2018, the German Film Association (DFB) and Film Industry Association of Germany (FAI) announced a joint plan to reduce film production and marketing spending.
The FAI and the DFB plan to “focus on digital distribution to foster innovation and to reduce the need for costly production facilities,” according to a news release.
The plan is part of the FAI’s Digital Culture Action Plan, which calls for a $1-billion investment in digital distribution and distribution infrastructure, including new digital media centers, digital distribution platforms, and the production of new digital content.2.
Film production and production costs and revenueThe second hearing on production costs will be held on December 2.
According a Reuters report, a key question for lawmakers will be whether production costs were high in 2016 and are still high.
The 2016 report by Crain’s Businessweek found that film production is “still a $3.2 billion industry, and film production has been increasing steadily for the past five years.
Production costs for film have risen faster than the overall U. S. economy, but are still far behind the inflation rate.
Production revenues for film are expected to increase by 3.2% in 2018 to $9.3 billion, a 6.9% increase from $9 billion in 2017.”
But these figures don’t include the money that goes into the production and promotion of films, including the production, marketing, and distribution of advertising.
Production is a key revenue stream for the industry, which generates about a third of its revenue.
In addition, the U and Canadian governments spend money in order to fund film productions.
A report from the Tax Foundation found that Canadian production and theatrical production revenue totaled $8.7 billion in 2016, a 2.9-percent increase from 2016.3.
Film content and distribution The third hearing will be on November 27.
This hearing will focus on film distribution.
In the 2016 report, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) found that more than half of the U the U’s TV programming was available to be streamed over the Internet, which meant that TV content was available on many devices.
This meant that people were able to watch content without the need to buy a TV.
This could have significant implications for the film and television industries.
According Reuters, “the proliferation of smartphones and tablets means that movies are increasingly being streamed across multiple devices and devices in the same house.
This presents new challenges to the traditional television industry and will affect the viability of existing cable systems and pay TV services, the NAB said in a statement.”
And there are also some concerns about whether content creators and distributors will be able to compete with new streaming services that offer lower production costs or access to more devices.
For instance, the number of streaming services is expected to