THE LOUISIANA ENTERTAINMENT SOURCEBOOK




2000 printed copies distributed by state and local film offices throughout Louisiana, tens of thousands views on this website, thousands of impressions on the E-Boook!

Louisiana is one of the premier locations for film and video production in the United States!




Your listings will go online immediately and will appear in all the print and online versions of the 2016/2017 SourceBook.

Basic Listings: Free
  • No Charge For Basic Listings
  • Available To All Louisiana Freelancers
  • Limited To 3 Credits

Upgraded Listings Start At $80
  • Featured More Prominently In The Book And Online
  • Available To All Louisiana Freelancers And Companies
  • You Will Receive A Copy Of The Sourcebook
  • Feature a 25-Word Description Of Your Services & Up To Ten Credits
Upgraded Listings Give People A Reason To Call You!

Other Options:
  • Add A Web Address And Web Link To All Your Listings
  • First Come, First Serve: Take An Exclusive Banner Ad In Your Category (Includes Your Upgraded Listing And Web Link)
  • Already Have Basic Listings And Want To Upgrade Those? Call Anyone At Oz.


For questions and display advertising info: Call or email
Martha Ronske (678-850-9244)
or anyone else at Oz Publishing, Inc., 800-705-1121.


Only Louisiana residents and companies that have offices in Louisiana can get listed.:

Basic listings, free of charge, are available ONLY to local freelance crew members, limit two. Louisiana Companies may ONLY take upgraded listings. Any Louisiana freelancer or company can take upgraded listings. Please call Oz if you or your company need listings in more than six categories.

Check out this link to see your SourceBook:
The Louisiana Entertainment SourceBook

Check out some great quotes about Louisiana's booming production industry!




WHY GET LISTED?
CHECK OUT JOHN SCHNEIDER!


We are completely honored! John Schneider is currently the proprietor and creative genius at Louisiana's John Schneider Studios, also known as Bo Duke in the 1970s-1980s American television series The Dukes of Hazzard, Jonathan Kent in the 2001-2011 TV series Smallville and James "Jim" Cryer on the television series The Haves and the Have Nots.