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L.A.based entertainment service company Quixote Studios has bought a Pacoima building that it plans to eventually use for equipment rentals.
$10 million gym seeks to produce top college athletes.
High-definition radios made by DTS Inc. (DTSI) will appear in 17 new car models in 2017, the company announced Wednesday.
DreamWorks Animation will lay off 170 employees at its Glendale campus in January as the studio continues to be integrated into NBCUniversal following its acquisition early this year by Comcast Corp.
The studio where “Terminator 2” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” were filmed and television show “NCIS” is currently produced has sold for more than $19 million.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire the remainder of Machinima, an online gaming culture and streaming content platform.
San Fernando Valley Business Journal has published a book listing the 200 most influential people in the region.
Walt Disney Co. missed Wall Street estimates on adjusted earnings and revenue for the company’s fiscal fourth quarter.
DTS reports what could be its final quarter as an independent company, while Salem Media misses expectations.
Salem Media Group has acquired the product line of investment strategist Mike Turner, the company announced on Thursday
Telecommunications giant AT&T Inc. is acquiring Time Warner Inc. in a deal valued at $85.4 billion.
Telecommunications giant AT&T Inc. was in talks to acquire Time Warner Inc. with a deal possibly coming as early as this weekend, according to media reports.
DreamWorks Animation is settling for $50 million a class-action lawsuit filed by animators alleging the company engaged in illegal hiring practices and kept wages low, according to media reports.
On-location filming in the third quarter increased by 3 percent compared to a year ago, according to a report released Thursday by FilmL.A.
Audio technology developer DTS Inc. is acquiring broadcast radio software company Arctic Palm Technology Inc.