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Apr 27, 2010 12:06 PM by Melissa Canone

$3.7 Million Movie and TV Studio Renovation

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) - A foundation created to bring
biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to Shreveport is
spending $3.7 million to renovate its first floor for the movies
and TV.
The Times reports that Biomedical Research Foundation plans to
rent to digital animation, recording and television studios.
Planned tenants for BioSpace I include Moonbot Studios, a
venture involving local artist William Joyce; Blade Studios, owned
by musician Brady Blade Jr; and CRM Studios, a Texas-based
broadcast production services company.
CRM is owned by Biomedical Research Foundation board member Rand
Falbaum.
Blade is a former assistant economic development director for
Shreveport.
The money comes from state economic development money earmarked
for the building.

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