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INTERNET: Plug.dj says money not focus as it seeks to navigate rights issues.
Music streaming service Plug.dj sounds out a revenue model it’s works to get a handle on rights issues.
NBCUniversal is shutting down two websites next month after failing to find buyers for either property, according to media reports on Thursday.
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism announced Wednesday that veteran broadcaster Willow Bay has been named director of its School of Journalism. Bay also is the wife of Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger.
Caruso Affiliated has tapped Judy Johnson, Western Region president for communications firm GolinHarris, to head up its marketing and communications functions.
American Express Co. cardholders will have access to film premieres and VIP screenings under an expanded marketing agreement announced Wednesday by the personal finance company and Universal Studios.
A California Assembly committee on Tuesday approved a measure aimed at improving the state’s tax incentive program for the entertainment industry.
The Oprah Winfrey Network signed a lease Monday to move from the Miracle Mile to West Hollywood, a deal real estate insiders have anticipated for months.
RealD Inc. announced Monday it is expanding its relationship with the largest theater chain in China, Wanda Cinema Line Corp.
ABC News executive Ben Sherwood has been named the next president of Disney/ABC Television Group and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks.
MUSIC: Merger gets two former competitors in sync.
Ex-rivals Cinder Block and BandMerch cue up merger to boost their merchandising business.
Reality show gets ritzy pawnshop out of hock
Pawnshop owner Yossi Dina credits his reality TV show with extending the shelf life of his business.
The Los Angeles Times on Thursday announced that Kimi Yoshino has been named the newspaper’s business editor.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Thursday unveiled design plans in China for its entertainment complex to be built in Shanghai.
Al Jerome, the longtime chief executive at public broadcaster KCET of Burbank, announced Tuesday he will retire within six months.
The city of Los Angeles filed suit against Time Warner Cable on Friday seeking $10 million in fees.