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CEC Capital Group has reached a deal to acquire Santa Monica’s Siemer & Associates, a boutique advisory firm specializing in the media and technology space.
Photographers have expanded their focus to protecting copyrights in the internet age.
The Los Angeles International Airport debuted a freshly redesigned Terminal 6 on Wednesday, complete with Los Angeles-based retail and dining companies, and a vibe that’s said to be inspired by Sunset Boulevard.
Netflix Inc. has signed a 10-year lease for soundstages and production offices at Sunset Bronson Studios, property owner Hudson Pacific Properties said in a news release.
Carnival Cruise Line has signed an agreement to more than double the size of its Long Beach terminal to accommodate larger ships.
MUSIC: Recording industry fights YouTube-derived MP3s.
Record labels’ piracy lawsuit could be a tune-up in the fight against converting videos into MP3s.
ADVERTISING: Number of targets for Engage:BDR bumped up to 15 from 12.
Engage:BDR is completely committed to buying firms to round out its offerings to clients.
Reality television and web-based TV productions helped boost Los Angeles-based production shooting days last quarter while features and commercials saw declines, FilmL.A. announced on Thursday.
The committee to bring the Olympic Games back to LA in 2024 submitted a key report to the International Olympic Committee on Friday, outlining the city’s master plan and “ideal conditions” to accommodate an influx of athletes, spectators and reporters.
Los Angeles International Airport opened a $148 million terminal connector last week to make moving from domestic flights to international flights easier on passengers.
The long-awaited end to the tronc-Gannett saga might be near. Then again, it might not be. The possibility of the announcement of a deal on Monday for Gannett, the newspaper chain and publisher of USA Today and other dailies, to purchase Los Angeles Times parent tronc was first reported by Politico on Sunday.
The Los Angeles Downtown News might soon have a new owner. After 44 years, its editor and publisher Sue Laris on Friday announced the free weekly paper is up for sale.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed state bill 1465 into law on Thursday, which would provide up to $250 million in state financial support to L.A.’s bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A Look Ahead: What's on the agenda for Los Angeles business in the coming week
Jeanie Buss knows a thing or two about entertaining basketball fans downtown, but now the Los Angeles Lakers president is bringing a different sport to the area: professional wrestling.