AGT moving from Newark to Radio City Music Hall 'Talent' will land at Radio City BY KENNETH LOVETT Howard Stern prefers to make â€˜Americaâ€™s Got Talentâ€™ in New York City ALBANY â€” â€œAmericaâ€™s Got Talentâ€ is moving from New Jersey to Radio City Music Hall â€” thanks to the new Jimmy Fallon tax credit. NBC and Gov. Cuomo are to announce Wednesday that the popular show, which features Howard Stern as one of four judges, will make the move for its upcoming eighth summer season, a source told the Daily News. The move is said to be for creative reasons. Stern, who still hosts a daily satellite radio show on Sirius/XM, has complained about the stress of taping in Newark while also doing his radio show in Manhattan. But NBC Universal has also credited a new, expanded film tax benefit Cuomo pushed for in the new state budget, the source said. The $420 million annual program, which gives companies producing movies or TV series in the state a tax credit equal to 30% of production costs, will now also cover talk and variety programs that relocate to New York after having filmed at least five seasons in another state. "America's Got Talent" premiered in the summer of 2006. Eligible shows also must be filmed before a studio audience of at least 200 people and have an annual production budget of at least $30 million or incur at least $10 million a year in capital expenses. The tax credit was apparently designed to help lure â€œThe Tonight Showâ€ from California. The show is expected to soon be in New York, with Fallon replacing Jay Leno as host. It's unclear just how much "America's Got Talent" will receive in tax credits for the relocation. But the source said the show is expected to create 500 jobs and result in more than $100 million in economic activity in New York.