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Automated Camera Angles Give 3-D Company an Edge

Two 3ality software programs aim to save time, cut costs.

New software from 3ality could boost 3-D film and TV production by cutting time and costs.

Spotlighting Vintage Appeal

Owner looks to photo, TV shoots to help sell estate and winery.

Owner of a Malibu estate and winery looks to spotlight his for-sale property with film and photo shoots.

Plugging Away With Frequency

Radio talk show host’s youth focus helps score syndication deal.

Talk show host Tim Mihalsky, 24, has put his money where his mouth is with a new syndication deal.

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Shortage of Tape Sticks L.A. Firms With Big Bills

Loss of Japanese plant sends prices soaring for video format.

Loss of a plant in Japan has left production firms paying collectors’ prices for high-end videotape.

Radio Station KFI-AM Moves Up Ratings Ladder

Talk station KFI-AM climbed to second place in L.A. radio ratings during the month of April, according to the latest Arbitron ratings. Top 40 station KIIS-FM continues to dominate by remaining in first place.

More Bad News to Report At Struggling Local Paper

Long Beach Press-Telegram cuts staff as readership, ad sales fall.

Staff and cost cuts have become familiar stories in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s news room.

Television Man Catches Up on Viewing

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Nigel Lythgoe left as producer of Fox’s “American Idol” two seasons ago so he could focus on producing and being a judge on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”

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Local, Online

L.A.-area musicians union makes tracks to web with radio station spotlighting members’ songs.

Local musicians’ union tunes up online radio station.

Santa Monica Levy Hike Has Eateries Set to Walk

Corner Bakery Cafe and Il Fornaio see higher sidewalk fee as too steep.

Santa Monica’s new fees for sidewalk space give some restaurants reservations about staying in the city.

Hoping for Positive Spins

New music label aims to score some hits with actual records.

New label Omnivore hopes for a record debut fueled by vinyl re-releases.

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