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December 30, 1987|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Television, video and film companies left quite a bit more than their hearts in San Francisco in fiscal 1986-87, according to a new survey released by the San Francisco mayor's Film Advisory Council. Nearly $95 million was spent in San Francisco by production companies--marking a 69% increase over the totals for 1984-85. Full-time production employment in the city rose 48% in the period, the survey said. But Gregg Snazelle, a member of the advisory council, told the San Francisco Examiner that the city is not doing enough to convince production companies to use San Francisco as a site.

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