The California Film Office and the state's Motion Picture Council merged last week into the California Film Commission. The reorganization should reduce strained relations between the two entities and bring the job of promoting motion-picture production in the state under one umbrella. The new commission will have 23 members--the 21 members of the current Motion Picture Council plus the director of the state Department of Transportation and the commissioner of the California Highway Patrol.
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MORNING REPORT AMPLIFICATIONS Los Angeles Times Friday April 3, 1987 Home Edition Calendar Part 6 Page 2 Column 2 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 32 words Type of Material: Brief; Column; Correction Morning Report erroneously reported March 23 that the California Film Office has merged with the state's Motion Picture Council. A bill to combine the two agencies has passed the state Senate and is currently before the Assembly.
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