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The service offers users access to more than 700 Los Angeles-area dentists.
Demand Media Inc. on Tuesday said it had formed a partnership with West Hollywood studio Electus.
Walt Disney Co. is said to be in talks to acquire YouTube network Maker Studios for $500 million, a price that could rise to as much as $900 million if certain performance benchmarks are met, according to reports on tech website Re/code and the Financial Times.
Santa Monica venture capital firm Tylt Labs said it had raised a $20 million fund to be deployed in seed and A round investments.
Video game-centric YouTube network Machinima Inc. announced Monday it closed an $18 million financing deal with Burbank’s Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Fuhu Inc., maker of the child-friendly Nabi tablet computer, has expanded into content production.
PUBLISHING: Source Interlink aims to rev up online interest and ad revenue for its car enthusiast magazines.
A new CEO looks to steer Source Interlink’s car magazines into a bigger presence on the Web.
ADVERTISING: Contagious co-founders to make videos sole focus of agency.
Viral video success spurs trio to form Contagious with a complete focus on YouTube.
Continued restructuring in the interactive division of Walt Disney Co. will result in the firing of about a quarter of its workforce, according to media reports on Thursday.
Century City YouTube analytics company Blayze Inc. has been acquired by Santa Clara’s Vobile, a provider of video identification services to help with content rights management.
Rentech Inc. on Wednesday announced that it has agreed to sell its alternative energy technologies and equipment to a Chinese company.
Ixia said that it had completed an internal investigation of its accounting practices. While the company’s top officers were not found to have engaged in widespread fraud, its chief financial officer has resigned.
Fullscreen Inc., the Culver City-based YouTube multi-channel network, announced two senior hires Wednesday.
AwesomenessTV, which serves teenage audiences, announced Tuesday it hired TJ Marchetti as chief marketing officer.
Santa Monica’s Demand Media Inc. announced Tuesday the expansion of its Content Solutions service to include graphic design and original photography services.