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Hollywood & Highland Center Renews Contract with Real to Reel

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FOX TV's show Mobbed occasionally shoots at the Hollywood & Highland Complex
Celebrating its 30th anniversary year, the Real to Reel Location Agency announced that the Hollywood & Highland Center has renewed its relationship with the agency for another two years as its exclusive representative. Real to Reel first began its relationship with the Hollywood & Highland Center in 2006, and since that time has arranged for the filming of numerous projects at the site, including, most recently, Fox TV‘s Mobbed series starring Howie Mandel, as well as such TV shows as Entourage, How Do I Look?, NCIS: LA, Nip/Tuck and Weeds.

The Real to Reel Location Agency specializes in representing commercial properties, ranging from the complex to average, either open or closed including open and closed hospitals, along with a variety of residential properties. The agency helps owners secure and manage on-location filming for TV shows, feature films, commercials and still photography shoots.

Gary Onyshko, president and CEO of The Real to Reel Agency, said, “We’re very pleased that the Hollywood & Highland Center has once again retained us to represent them to the filming community for another two years. We will continue to serve as their exclusive representative for all on-location filming at this extremely popular site.”

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