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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.
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.
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.
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.
TV: Customers are right to be clicked off at their dwindling cable options, according to Warren Grimes.
The move of “The Tonight Show” to New York City will result in the elimination of 164 positions at NBCUniversal's Burbank studio.
Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, founders of the respected tech news site AllThingsD, reportedly have signed a joint venture with NBCUniversal to create an online news and conference business after they leave News Corp. at the end of the year.
REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY
Main events in Los Angeles County’s submarkets.
OP-ED: Leaders from public and private sectors must step up to ensure local tech community continues to click.
Sean Arian plugs the growing tech sector as a priority for local business and civic leaders.
Warner Bros. and NBC Universal want Google searches to stop showing Mega, a file storage and sharing service founded by Kim Dotcom, TheNextWeb.com reports.
Film counts are down. Production is going elsewhere. But several of the biggest L.A. studios plan to build sound stages, post-production facilities and offices in what might become the most aggressive growth spurt in recent Hollywood memory. The New York Times looks at why. Also see the Business Journal’s previous coverage on the expansion plans.
Real Estate Quarterly
Three Hollywood studios expand their roles in the real estate market with large local projects.
TV: Station sees little spending from candidates despite leading ratings.
Spanish-language KMEX would like to channel more of mayoral candidates’ ad spending.
Last week’s major news from labusinessjournal.com and other sources
Comcast Corp. will own all of entertainment giant NBCUniversal after purchasing General Electric Co.’s 49 percent stake in the company for $16.7 billion.
Now that Monrovia prepaid debit card company Green Dot Corp. is operating a bank – it announced the launch of online-only GoBank earlier this month – it looks as if Chief Executive Steven Streit might have to make a trip to Brooks Brothers.
Hulu Chief Executive Jason Kilar announced that he will be resigning from the Internet video streaming company. Departing along with Kilar is Rich Tom, the company’s chief technical officer.
The chief executive of Hulu said in a Monday blog post that he expects the Internet streaming TV service to generate 66 percent more revenue than last year and grow to 3 million paid subscribers by the end of the year.
TECHNOLOGY: Digiboo puts digital kiosks at airports so ‘the movie lover on the go’ can download for the trip.
Digiboo sets up kiosks at airports so travelers can download movies to watch while they’re high in the sky.
Universal Studios was right to scrap plans for residential development to focus on entertainment and tourism.
Tom LaBonge praises Universal Studios for knowing how to play its role in L.A.’s economy.
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