Businesses need to know they have sufficient insurance coverage for sophisticated productions. Where costs increase, so, too do exposures because the costs are higher with each day of shooting, and this could be reflected in any insurance loss. (Credit: August_0802/Shutterstock.com) Businesses need to know they have sufficient insurance coverage for sophisticated productions. Where costs increase, so, too do exposures because the costs are higher with each day of shooting, and this could be reflected in any insurance loss. (Credit: August_0802/Shutterstock.com)

If 2020 was the year when the music stopped, the theaters went dark and soccer players scored goals to deafening silence or recorded cheers, the entertainment sector is hoping 2023 will be the year it can finally reclaim the collective experience of full houses, packed movie theaters, and booming arenas. 

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