My report for The Austin Chronicle on NBC's Texas-shot second season of Revolution:
The show is headquartered in Austin for a 22-episode sweep that will
continue into May, says Gary Bond, head of the Austin Film Commission,
but cameras have been popping up at Decker Lake and in Maxwell, downtown
Taylor, Cedar Park, and elsewhere. The conventional wisdom is each
episode results in $1 million in local spending. "That's the wonderful
thing about television," Bond says. "It's the gift that keeps on giving.
The potential for them to be here five years is there."
Read the rest in The Austin Chronicle here.
See photos from the Bartlett set here.