July 4, 2022

New York Film Industry Expands Footprint Despite Pandemic | Voice of America

As New York COVID restrictions ease, Broadway is hoping to draw people back to the theater while the movie industry is expanding its footprint in the Big Apple. Evgeny Maslov has the story, narrated by Anna Rice.

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