TaxCorporate TaxKid’s shows need tax breaks, urge Lords

Kid's shows need tax breaks, urge Lords

Help kid's shows' producers with tax breaks, calls the House of Lords

Children’s programme producers should receive the same tax breaks as the film
industry, according to a House of
Lords
report.

The Lords communications committee report recommended that the best way to
reverse the drop-off in spending on children’s shows, reported the
Guardian.

The committee estimated that spending on children’s programming had fallen by
nearly a half since 2003. Tax breaks for lower budget films should also be
improved.

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