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Reality TV Booms In Louisiana As Productions Take Advantage of State's TV & Film Tax Credit Program
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Alligator hunters, raccoon wranglers and crawfish catchers in Louisiana's critter-filled swamps and bayous are increasingly common on television.
   Since the introduction of the History channel's wildly popular "Swamp People" in 2010, roughly a dozen other Louisiana-based reality shows...

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