Music industry leaders are encouraging the legislature to include a production tax credit in this year's budget. They argue that fewer artists are choosing to record in New York, and as a result, other businesses are losing money. To reverse the trend, they are asking for $25 million in funding to create a credit that would cover 25-percent of recording costs for albums made in New York City and 35-percent for any albums produced upstate. Co-founders of the NY is Music coalition, Justin Kalifowitz and Bill Harvey, and Maya Kremen of American Federation of Musicians Local 802, joined us to explain.