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INTERNET: Viral video firm Jukin Media looks to crack down on rival’s website in move to enforce its licenses.
Jukin Media heads to court to become a bigger player in viral video by enforcing its content licenses.
A weekly roundup of must-read L.A. tech investments and acquisitions.
A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.
After taking criticism for its lack of a system to track copyright violations on its site, Facebook has announced a new video content identification program.
Culver City’s Scopely has launched its mobile game based on the popular “Walking Dead” zombie comic book series that inspired two top-rated television shows.
Santa Monica human resource software company Cornerstone OnDemand has made its first investments out of its venture arm, the Innovation Fund.
The parent company of beleaguered affair website Ashley Madison considered buying a majority stake gay men’s dating app Grindr for as much as $70 million, according leaked documents.
With more than $1 billion in venture capital investment, more than $128 million in losses last year and a plan for an initial public offering, Snapchat has tapped a public company veteran to run its bookkeeping team.
After falling short of its first set of performance goals, Maker Studios will receive a $105 million payment from parent Walt Disney Co., shy of the $198 million it could have received under the terms of its 2014 acquisition.
Roundup of L.A. tech events in the next two weeks.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and advertising agency R/GA of New York have selected 10 companies for the inaugural L.A. Dodgers Accelerator.
Everything is better in video form.
If Stephen Colbert’s first-week guests are anything to go by, it looks like David Letterman’s successor has an interest in the tech world – or at least in its biggest personalities.
REAL ESTATE: Flexibility, price points prove good fit for startups.
Co-working spaces share in growth of technology scene.
INTERNET: Studios take direction from rising YouTube stars to expand accommodations for digital productions.
YouTube boom spurs studios to recast themselves as production sites for digital content.