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The history of the Rams includes quite a few hometowns, points out Ted Lux.
PUBLISHING: Switch by Tribune to Tronc raises some analysts’ eyebrows.
Los Angeles Times parent Tribune Publishing Co. officially will change its name to Tronc on June 20 and start trading on the Nasdaq that same day as “TRNC.”
Iceland-based airline carrier Wow Air began flying from Los Angeles International Airport on June 15, offering regular weekly services to Reykjavik, Iceland for $99.
The critically-acclaimed TV series “American Crime” is moving its third season of production to Los Angeles, thanks to an expanded tax credit program offered by the California Film Commission.
Univision Communications Inc. has launched a new Los Angeles unit to create multi-cultural projects. Story House will develop and produce content in both English and Spanish for various Univision channels and other networks.
A Los Angeles judge has dismissed the lawsuit challenging the mental competency of Viacom and CBS Corp. controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone filed by his former live-in girlfriend.
Former USC football star Lynn Swann was named as the school’s next athletic director on Wednesday.
Time Warner Inc.’s stock price rose nearly 4 percent Monday in the wake of a massive $170 million opening weekend for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Legendary men’s magazine publisher Playboy Enterprises Inc. of Beverly Hills is exploring a sale of the company, reportedly seeking more than $500 million.
Beverly Hills talent agency WME IMG has received a $250 million investment from Japanese finance and telecom giant SoftBank.
Private equity firm Rizvi Traverse Management has completed its $551 million acquisition of RealD Inc. of Beverly Hills, a maker of 3-D cameras and glasses for the movie industry.
A federal judge dismissed Tuesday a lawsuit filed by former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling alleging his wife, the National Basketball Association and several other actors colluded to sell the team for $2 billion without his permission.
Carl Terzian, founder and chairman of Westwood public relations firm Carl Terzian Associates, died Saturday.
Anschutz Entertainment Group and Regal Cinemas have partnered with Belgian digital projector manufacturer Barco to transform the existing Regal Cinemas at L.A. Live into a cutting-edge technological facility.