Jonathan Polakoff covers the media and entertainment industries for the Los Angeles Business Journal. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California.
She can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 228, or by email: jpolakoff @labusinessjournal.com.
INTERNET: Radio Titans relaunches in downtown L.A. with sponsorship model
Carl Kozlowski is giving podcasting another try – and hoping to sustain his network with a newly introduced sponsorship model.
Hyun Jin Ryu steps up to plate to promote Jin Ramen noodles.
Ottogi sees Dodgers pitcher Hyun Jin Ryu as quite a catch as a spokesman for its brand of ramen noodles.
Vycon sets up kinetic energy storage system at subway station.
Vycon hopes its kinetic energy storage system gets on a roll from installation at a subway station.
TV: Carriers say high price of channel will lose customers.
Time Warner Cable may have dropped the ball in its plan for other carriers to pick up its new Dodgers channel.
After doing the math, pay-TV providers appear to be sticking to their story that carrying the all-Los Angeles Dodgers channel SportsNet LA on Time Warner Cable’s terms doesn’t pencil out.
Spanish ads pull in Hispanic customers.
Sit n’ Sleep says it’s now freeeeeee in recovering economy to launch a Hispanic ad campaign.
Daniel Singer is the 14-year-old creator of Backchat, an anonymous messaging application.
PUBLISHING: Lang parent Digital First reportedly looking to cut costs.
Is the Los Angeles News Group about to go on the market as part of its parent company’s sale?
MEDIA: New York’s RNN opens L.A. outpost to land new media customers.
New York news producer looks to channel content to new media businesses.
CLOTHING: Price plunges after American Apparel’s dilutive share offering.
American Apparel stitches together a stock offering as company appears to hang by a thread.