Entertainment industry technology company FilmTrack has received $5.5 million in series C funding from Insight Venture Partners.
Walt Disney Co. missed analyst expectations on revenue for the fiscal third quarter but beat them on adjusted earnings.
Los Angeles will be the host city of the 2028 Summer Olympics, a post on the International Olympic Committee website announced Monday.
Salem Media Group in Camarillo has added investment information website TradersCrux to its growing portfolio of financial advisory services.
Downtown Lancaster has been designated as a state cultural district by the California Arts Council.
Santa Clarita issued 545 on-location film permits in its recently completed 2016-17 fiscal year, the fourth year in a row the city has recorded more than 500 permits.
Salem Media Group will host a special broadcast from the White House on July 25, the company announced Wednesday.
On-location film, television and commercial production fell by 4.7 percent in the second quarter compared to a year ago, according to figures released Wednesday by FilmL.A.
Penthouse Global Media has acquired Omni magazine and plans to publish a print issue of the groundbreaking science publication in October.
GES, an events and attraction design company in Glendale, will create a traveling “Game of Thrones” exhibit based on the cable television show.
Shares of Walt Disney Co. on Monday closed at about 1 percent higher amid reports that Verizon Wireless may be looking into purchase the Burbank entertainment conglomerate.
Salem Media Group on Thursday announced that Val Carolin will replace Joey Hudson as general manager of the company’s Greenville, S.C. market. Hudson is leaving the post to assume a new role as general manager of Salem Radio Network’s “The Mike Gallagher Show.”
Film production equipment provider Ver, headquartered in Glendale, has named Digby Davies as its new chief executive.
Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to delist its Euro Disney theme park from the Paris stock exchange and acquire all its shares.
The executive board of the International Olympic Committee on Friday announced its intent to award the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympic Games to Paris and Los Angeles, all but guaranteeing Los Angeles will host the Games in 11 years.