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Cargomatic has raised $10.6 million in venture capital and is frequently mentioned in L.A. tech circles as a startup to watch. But the young company finds it more difficult than most to hire.
Podcasting is having a moment.
Digital advertising exchange Rubicon Project is opening an office in Washington to capture some what is expected to be nearly $1 billion in digital advertising spending by political campaigns.
L.A.’s Vubiquity Tuesday announced a partnership with Atlanta’s Turner Broadcasting to convert cable television broadcasts into formats suitable for on-demand cable and Internet viewing.
Local companies continue to cash in on California’s high-speed rail project, with Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. in Pasadena announcing Tuesday it has been awarded the design services contract for the $1.2 billion second phase of the north-south rail line.
Besides a few moments of fame, is there an investing advantage to going on reality television?
Roundup of L.A. tech events in the next two weeks.
INTERNET: MiTú viewed Donald Trump uproar as means to engage audience.
Digital media firm MiTú used the uproar over Donald Trump’s immigration comments to channel viewers to its content.
A weekly roundup of must-read L.A. tech investments and acquisitions.
A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.
Fox Television Group Senior Vice President Kiliaen Van Rensselaer announced his departure Wednesday to launch Insurrection Media, a digital studio he said would “shoot first ask questions later.”
To keep place-discovery app Yeti alive, the founders of its parent company, Hyphos, have sold a majority stake to a private investment group led by Santa Monica’s JA Partners and Seattle’s Edgewater Ventures.
Popular photo and video-editing app Flipagram has raised a massive $70 million Series B financing round from some of the biggest venture capital firms in Silicon Valley.
Drone airspace mapping company AirMap of Santa Monica has raised a $2.6 million seed round, according to a Security and Exchange Commission filing.
In a surprise move, copyright identification company Adshare said it had purchased Latin music YouTube multichannel network Primo Media. The terms were not disclosed