New Film Recording and Entertainment Industry Organization Launches in Florida

Miami, FL (February 17, 2005)--The Film, Recording and Entertainment Council, a collective of recording, post, film TV, radio, production, graphics and other creative companies primarily from South Florida, has been established to promote economic development for the industry in South Florida and to create a climate that enhances economic vitality for industry businesses in the area.
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Miami, FL (February 17, 2005)--The Film, Recording and Entertainment Council, a collective of recording, post, film TV, radio, production, graphics and other creative companies primarily from South Florida, has been established to promote economic development for the industry in South Florida and to create a climate that enhances economic vitality for industry businesses in the area.

Additionally, FREC offers its diverse members unique opportunities to network, cooperate and support each other, and not only improve the quality of life for all its members but also to position South Florida as one of the creative industry's premier hot spots. The Council hosts regular "After Hours" gatherings and other events in Miami with more cities and towns due to be included as The Council develops.

Similarly, The Council plans to increase membership opportunities to include the entire state of Florida as a result. Indeed, FREC is hosting a massive reception, "The Grand Unveiling Gala," on Friday, May 13, 2005 at Miami's Star Island, which will cap the first two quarters of the Council's existence.

The Film, Recording Entertainment Council enjoys not-for-profit 501(c)(6) status.

For more information on Film, Recording and Entertainment Council membership opportunities, venues, dates and times or events, a list of members, industry links, news and updates, or to just express an opinion, please visit the FREC official web site.

Film, Recording and Entertainment Council
www.frecouncil.org