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Giants, dragons and vengeful queens have for generations populated Northern Ireland's folk tales.About 75 percent of the show is filmed in Northern Ireland, both in natural settings and in the Titanic Studios in Belfast.The season four finale of "Game of Thrones" last week was watched by 7.09 million viewers in the United States according to prime-time viewership numbers complied by the Nielson Co.At the end of series four, HBO is estimated to have spent about 87.6 million pounds ($149.11 million) in the local economy making the show.Five years ago, 80 percent of Yellow Moon's work was for local broadcasters, and just 20 percent for productions based in the U.K. or further afield.Scott Ferguson's story illustrates what "Game of Thrones" means for young creative people in Northern Ireland.
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