Tastemade, a Santa Monica-based digital video company raised $35 million in a Series E round, the company announced Oct. 17.
David Korins, the designer of Broadway hit “Hamilton” will be the USC Shoah Foundation’s creative director on several of the foundation projects and exhibits, Korins said in an interview Oct. 17.
Westwood-based investment firm Shamrock Capital announced Oct. 16 that it has acquired the song writing and production catalog of Stargate, a duo that has worked for years with Rihanna, and also penned hits for Beyonce and Katy Perry.
Santa Monica–headquartered Universal Music Group Inc. signed a deal with British digital audio streaming firm Mixcloud on Oct. 15, ensuring that UMG artists will be compensated for the use of their music on Mixcloud’s platform.
Deals for studio space highlight robust demand, constraints
Recent real estate deals by Netflix highlight hot market, constrained outlook on studio space.
Long Beach officials marked the opening of reconstructed runway at Long Beach Airport for general aviation on Oct. 11.
Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander will step down at the end of the year to join live sports and entertainment company Oak View Group as executive vice president of government affairs, Englander announced Oct. 11.
Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, will be the first president to have his own hologram, according to an Oct. 10 announcement of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library.
United Talent Agency announced Oct. 10 a joint venture with content creator Valence Media Group called Civic Center Media that will produce original and movies and TV shows.
Los Angeles Chargers majority owner Alexander Gus Spanos died Tuesday morning. He was 95.
Art dealer explores digital currencies as payment method for works
House of Fine Art pushes cryptocurrency for gallery purchases.
Elie Madi tapped for honors at Petersen Automotive Museum
Moss Adams brings back Fashion Innovator Award after two-year hiatus.
ENTERTAINMENT: Buys into end-to-end Hollywood play
Haim Saban’s latest deal sets up camera-maker Panavision as an end-to-end player.
Picture Head, a Hollywood-based post-production shop, announced recently a private equity investment from Trive Capital, a Dallas private equity group, and Five Crowns Capital, a Newport Beach private equity outfit.