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Fun While It Lasted

With its pending acquisition of DreamWorks Animation, Comcast is poised for a direct challenge to Disney.

NFL Stadium Kicks Off New Interest in Inglewood

ACQUISITION: Investor scores pair of apartment properties for $5.82 million.

A growing crop of investors is looking to cash in on Inglewood real estate now that the National Football League has declared the city will be home to the Los Angeles Rams.

Law Career Yields Passport to Berlin

This New Year’s was one to remember for entertainment executive Steve Nissen.

Who’s Who in Los Angeles Business

Top executives of L.A.’s biggest companies and organizations.

From aerospace/defense to software industries, top executives at L.A.’s biggest companies and organizations.

Steve McQueen May Be In Driver’s Seat for Oscar

FILM: Documentary by son of Hollywood legend gaining award traction.

Steve McQueen’s son is aiming to win an Oscar, something even his late father never managed, by making a documentary movie about his dad.

NBC Universal Could Back BuzzFeed

NBCUniversal Inc. is reportedly close to making a $250 million investment in digital publishing giant BuzzFeed.

Little Minions Lifting Universal Again

Universal Pictures continued its record year as “Minions” brought in $115 million over the weekend making it the second-biggest animated opening ever.

Trump Dumped by NBC

NBC has told Donald Trump, “You’re fired.”

Chernin Signs TV Deal with NBCUniversal

Media executive Peter Chernin’s TV operation is moving from Fox to NBCUniversal under a new two-year deal.

Beach Boys Movie Shored Up Production in L.A.

FILM: Brian Wilson insisted biographical tale include local feel, landmarks.

Beach Boys icon Brian Wilson insisted on just one thing when agreeing to have a new movie made about his life: that it be filmed here in Los Angeles.

Judge Halts Millennium Hollywood Project

A state judge on Thursday halted plans for two massive and controversial skyscrapers in Hollywood, ruling that the city of Los Angeles failed to adequately assess the $1 billion project’s traffic and neighborhood impacts.

Princess Diana’s Brother Wants to Make History

FILM: Charles Spencer spins bloody pitch for movie of ancestor King Charles I.

Princess Diana’s brother is looking to break into the movie business.

NBCUniversal Wants Storytelling Tech

NBCUniversal’s Media Labs, another entry in the studio accelerator arena, is looking for “new forms of storytelling driven by technology.”

NBCUniversal Agrees to $7.6B Olympic Deal

NBCUniversal will continue broadcasting the Olympic Games in the United States through 2032 under a $7.6 billion deal announced Wednesday with the International Olympic Committee.

NBC to Rename News Center for Brokaw

NBCUniversal today will rename its Universal City-area news office in honor of veteran NBC journalist Tom Brokaw, who got his start with the network here and is now battling cancer, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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Hat in Ring

Former TV exec weighs into boxing promotion

Former TV syndication exec Michael King looks to ring up dollars and TV deals as a boxing promoter.

Burbank Tower Comes Up Short

REAL ESTATE: Building left by Disney grabbed for low price.

A 32-story tower in the heart of Burbank’s media district – the tallest office building in its market – is expected to trade hands this week in a deal many consider a steal.

Burbank Tower Coming Up Short

A 32-story tower in the heart of Burbank’s media district – the tallest office building in its market – is expected to trade hands next week in a deal many consider a steal.

Concert Producer Still Sees Sound Stage at Closed Site

MUSIC: Nederlander’s plan for Santa Monica venue now faces competition.

ENTERTAINMENT: Competition for revival of Santa Monica Civic Auditorium rocks plans of concert promoter Nerderlander.

Big Picture Looks Bleak for Cable Customers

TV: Customers are right to be clicked off at their dwindling cable options, according to Warren Grimes.


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