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By John McAfee
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Topic - Film Commission
Film commissions are quasi-governmental, non-profit, public organizations that attract motion media production crews (including movies, TV and commercials) to shoot on location in their respective localities, and offer support so that productions can accomplish their work smoothly. - Source: Wikipedia
The city of Frank Sinatra's birth has denied a request for a spinoff of MTV's "Jersey Shore" reality show to film in the city.
The women of MTV's "Jersey Shore" say they're not angry that Hoboken officials won't allow a spinoff of the reality show to be filmed in the city of Frank Sinatra's birth.