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New WashTrust ad campaign uses R.I. businesses, locations to tout ease...

WESTERLY – The Washington Trust Co. will embark on a new multimedia campaign featuring Rhode Island talent, businesses and locations to illustrate how fast...
TABLE TALK: Anika Kimble-Huntley, second from left, chief marketing officer at R.I. Commerce Corp., confers with her staff at the R.I. Commerce headquarters in Providence. The staff includes, from left, Mark Brodeur, director of international and domestic group sales; Lindsay Russell, deputy director of communications and stakeholder engagement; and Robin Erickson, domestic tourism and marketing operations director.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

ATTRACTION STRATEGY: R.I.’s chief tourism marketer setting plan to entice visitors...

With the start of the peak tourism season approaching, Anika Kimble-Huntley is eyeing the billions of ­dollars that potential visitors to Rhode Island could...
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION: Steven Feinberg, executive director of the R.I. Film & Television Office, will be the guest speaker at the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting on Jan. 27 at Oceancliff in Newport.  / COURTESY R.I. FILM & 
TELEVISION OFFICE

Editor’s Choice: R.I. Film & Television Office director to speak at...

EDITOR’S CHOICE R.I. Film & Television Office director to speak to Chamber STEVEN FEINBERG, executive director of the R.I. Film & Television Office, will...
ODD DECISION: Director Kyra Sedgwick’s film “Space Oddity,” which has been shooting in North Kingstown, has applied for $1.5 million in state tax credits. The state film office recently began asking companies seeking such tax credits not to identify themselves on applications, which are public documents. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FILM & TELEVISION OFFICE

More transparency, accountability needed in state film program

Producers of a feature film being shot in Rhode Island are seeking just over $22 million in state tax credits. But everyone outside of a...
FILMING FOR "VAULT," a movie about the 1975 Bonded Vault heist, took place in downtown Providence in 2018. The film was released the following year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Is expanding the R.I. film tax credit program worth it?

Rhode Island lawmakers are hoping that increased funding for the state’s motion picture tax credit program will be the lure needed to reel in...
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