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Continued restructuring in the interactive division of Walt Disney Co. will result in the firing of about a quarter of its workforce, according to media reports on Thursday.
Century City YouTube analytics company Blayze Inc. has been acquired by Santa Clara’s Vobile, a provider of video identification services to help with content rights management.
Rentech Inc. on Wednesday announced that it has agreed to sell its alternative energy technologies and equipment to a Chinese company.
Ixia said that it had completed an internal investigation of its accounting practices. While the company’s top officers were not found to have engaged in widespread fraud, its chief financial officer has resigned.
Fullscreen Inc., the Culver City-based YouTube multi-channel network, announced two senior hires Wednesday.
AwesomenessTV, which serves teenage audiences, announced Tuesday it hired TJ Marchetti as chief marketing officer.
Santa Monica’s Demand Media Inc. announced Tuesday the expansion of its Content Solutions service to include graphic design and original photography services.
Israeli software company Perion is in talks to acquire West L.A.’s AirPush, according to a report published Tuesday on TechCrunch. The deal is said to be valued at $170 million.
Santa Monica video streaming platform Hulu continues to add experienced executives to the company, naming Tim Connolly as its new head of distribution.
Hollywood software company Mandalay Digital Group announced Monday it had partnered with nine new ad networks and direct advertisers.
Santa Monica’s Bitium announced Friday it had raised $6.5 million in a series A round. The company, which develops products to help companies manage passwords for employees to access various apps, has raised nearly $9 million to date.
Web content publisher Demand Media on Tuesdays reported fourth quarter earnings that were in line with analysts’ expectations.
San Francisco’s Dolby Laboratories signed an agreement Monday to acquire Burbank’s Doremi Labs for $92.5 million in cash with an additional $20 million in contingent considerations that may be earned over the next four years.
Telecommunications company Phone Power announced Monday it had rebranded itself as BroadVoice.
ReachLocal Inc. on Monday released open-source software code that it said should help other developers create cross-platform mobile apps.