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“Tomorrowland, the sci-fi action adventure movie from Walt Disney Co., was the highest grossing film over the Memorial Day weekend, but that may not mean much given the lackluster box office take over the holiday.
If you’re traveling this weekend, you may want to get to Los Angeles International Airport early.
A Delaware judge has approved a $275 million shareholder settlement that ends a shareholder lawsuit against Santa Monica videogame publisher Activision Blizzard Inc.
Lions Gate Roars Lions Gate today reported strong financial results for its fiscal 2015, boosted by the performance of hit movies such as “Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” and TV successes such as “Orange is the New Black.”
The biggest Walt Disney Co. store in the world isn’t at the company’s landmark Disneyland theme park in Anaheim or its sprawling Disney World resort in Florida: It’s in Shanghai’s financial district.
TV shows are rushing to take advantage of expanded tax credits for filming in California.
L.A.’s new soccer franchise plans to build a new stadium at the site of the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena near USC, team officials announce Monday.
Digital First Media, owner of the Los Angeles Daily News and other local dailies, has taken itself off the market and its chief executive is stepping down, according to a memo sent Thursday to employees.
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger gave himself a big pay day this week as he sold off 200,000 shares in the Burbank company valued at $21.7 million.
Another music awards show? Yes, entertainment giant Live Nation Entertainment Inc. is teaming up with talent and marketing agency IMG Worldwide and Santa Monica’s Dick Clark Productions for a new “Live Nation Music Awards.”
AT&T Inc. has reached a deal to provide its customers with access to popular streaming service Hulu starting later this year.
AT&T’s proposed $49 billion purchase of El Segundo satellite TV giant DirecTV likely won’t be blocked by federal regulators, according to unnamed sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
In a move that could impact AT&T Inc.’s proposed acquisition of El Segundo satellite TV giant DirecTV, a Federal Appeals Court on Friday threw out a request by the Federal Communications Commission that media companies disclose their programming deals with cable television providers.
Universal Parks & Resorts is partnering with Japanese video game company Nintendo Co. Ltd. to build interactive rides at its theme parks.
Los Angeles Times owner Tribune Publishing has expanded its reach in Southern California with an $85 million purchase of San Diego’s flagship newspaper.