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Walt Disney Co. has agreed to buy a 33 percent stake in the digital arm of Major League Baseball in a deal valued at $3.5 billion, according to media reports on Thursday.
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Christian multimedia company Salem Media Group is launching a news talk radio station over the July 4th weekend, which will air throughout the greater San Francisco metro area — including Modesto, Sacramento and San Jose.
Marketing agency Midnight Oil has been acquired by Imagine Print Solutions, a visual marketing communications firm, it was announced Monday.
Online marketing company ReachLocal Inc. will be merged into media company and newspaper publisher Gannett Co. Inc. in a deal valued at $156 million, it was announced Monday.
Effects studio MastersFX announced Thursday it will open a new location in Toronto, a hot spot for science fiction and horror film production.
The Justice Department has given its approval of the acquisition of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. by NBCUniversal, according to media reports.
Cast & Crew Entertainment Services has acquired a production payroll and accounting services firm for commercial production, venues, music tours and other entertainment niches.
California topped competing states and countries in the number of feature films made in the state last year, largely thanks to the state's film tax credit, according to a study by entertainment industry nonprofit FilmL.A.
Tribune Publishing Co., the Chicago-based media company that owns the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and San Diego Union Tribune, announced Thursday that it’s changing its name to tronc Inc., an abbreviated version of tribune online content.
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Shares in Walt Disney Co. fell by more than $4 on Wednesday, the day after the company missed Wall Street forecasts on earnings.
Walt Disney Co. missed Wall Street expectations on earnings in the fiscal second quarter while matching on revenue.
Hasbro Inc. recently doubled its leased space in Burbank to roughly 80,000 square feet.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. beat Wall Street expectations on revenue and earnings in the first quarter on the strength of television and new media.