Something happens when the big movie names are working in Las Vegas. The city’s film industry professionals get work, location fees are paid and production rentals are secured.
Remember when there were only three network broadcast stations in Las Vegas and other cities, and networks held a virtual monopoly on programming?
News Corp. on Monday launched its new Spanish-language TV network in Las Vegas and on 49 other stations nationwide in a bid to edge out Univision and Telemundo as the largest network in the growing Hispanic market.
If you’re making a TV series about a two-fisted Clark County sheriff battling crime, corruption and the mob in 1960s Las Vegas, it seems logical to film in the place where it all really happened.