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Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Salem Media Group Inc. announced today that its Salem Radio Network and talk host Michael Medved reached an agreement to extend his current syndication contract to the end of 2018.
Walt Disney Co. matched analyst expectations on revenue for the fourth quarter but missed on earnings per share.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. beat Wall Street expectations in earnings and revenue for the third quarter, helped by strong increases from its television and consumer products divisions.
A rise in advertising sales at Crown Media Holdings Inc. resulted in an improvement in revenue for the third quarter.
INTERNET: Media giant aims to cast large shadow with TV, film offerings in U.K.
Walt Disney Co. is jumping into the direct-to-consumer streaming market with a new service starting next month in the United Kingdom.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. named a telecommunications executive to serve on its board of directors.
Triton Digital will provide its audience measurement service to the streaming audio content of national broadcaster IHeartMedia Inc., the companies announced Thursday.
Northrop-sponsored science competition eyes future workers.
Education: A science fair could yield future employees for Northrop Grumman.
Technology: MRV is back on the Nasdaq, but shares have dipped since listing.
Technology: MRV Communications regains a listing on Nasdaq.
Electronics: New suite of services introduced at Las Vegas trade show.
Total Merchant Services is branching out.
Marketing: City could be latest to assess hotel fee to form tourism district.
Simi Valley is close to joining the growing list of local cities to establish a tourism business improvement district, or TBID.
Sure, it was a blow when ‘The Tonight Show’ moved to New York, but developer Jeff Worthe has big plans for the Media District, where he owns millions of square feet.
Development: Despite vacancies, Burbank’s Media District readies for a rebound.
Entertainment: Johnny Carson’s old stage is showcase for pop singers.
Focus: Bob Hope’s legacy lives on a small triangle of land on Olive Avenue.