NRS 360.7586
“Qualified production” defined.


“Qualified production” includes preproduction, production and postproduction and means:


A theatrical, direct-to-video or other media motion picture.


A made-for-television motion picture.


Visual effects or digital animation sequences.


A television pilot program.


Interstitial television programming.


A television, Internet or other media series, including, without limitation, a comedy, drama, miniseries, soap opera, talk show, game show or telenovela.


A reality show, if not less than six episodes are produced concurrently in this State and the total of the qualified direct production expenditures for those episodes is $500,000 or more.


A national or regional commercial or series of commercials.


An infomercial.


An interstitial advertisement.


A music video.


A documentary film or series.


Other visual media productions, including, without limitation, video games and mobile applications.


The term does not include:


A news, weather or current events program.


A production that is primarily produced for industrial, corporate or institutional use.


A telethon or any production that solicits money, other than a production which is produced for national distribution.


A political advertisement.


A sporting event.


A gala or awards show.


Any other type of production that is excluded by regulations adopted by the Office of Economic Development pursuant to NRS 360.759.

Source: Section 360.7586 — “Qualified production” defined., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-360.­html#NRS360Sec7586.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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