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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. this month sold a vacant 60-acre parcel in Inglewood, renewing speculation that the site could become a National Football League stadium.
The move of “The Tonight Show” to New York City will result in the elimination of 164 positions at NBCUniversal's Burbank studio.
Gail Berman and Lloyd Braun, co-founders of Hollywood production BermanBraun, are breaking up.
Freedom Communications’ soon-to-launch Los Angeles Register is ramping up its social media presence.
Internet: Jason Calacanis looks to deliver in journalism.
Online entrepreneur Jason Calacanis’ latest move takes him into the bustling field of mobile news delivery.
Entertainment: California agency looks to keep productions.
California Film Commission turns the spotlight on the state’s production advantages with a new magazine.
Evite taps app to let users invite friends to real or virtual parties.
Evite hopes smartphone users answer call for TV clip-sharing parties.
Internet: Crispin Porter’s event to salute range of categories – including cats.
GIFs, animated online video clips, have proliferated as a means to share moments from favorite TV shows, films and sporting events.
Arianna Huffington has signed West L.A. billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong as contributing editor in healthcare and technology to her new World Post online publication.
Cast & Crew Entertainment Services has started a new division to provide government incentive-backed financing for film and television productions.
The Nasdaq Stock Market has warned Daily Journal Corp. that it is out of compliance with the exchange’s listing requirements because of the company’s delay in filing its year-end report with regulators.
If you’re among the ranks of Machinima’s YouTube channels and you say something nice about the Xbox One in a video, Microsoft is going to make it worth your while.
Entertainment: Startup service enters noisy marketplace.
You’ve seen the Beats headphones. Now the company that makes them wants into the music streaming business. Can it succeed in this already noisy segment?
Advertising: NearWoo will sell the Internet giant’s ad space to local businesses.
NearWoo launched its location-based mobile ad platform only four months ago, and it now has 4,000 clients. It may grow again as Google signed on.
Entertainment: Gravitas expanding into theatrical releases for bigger upside.
Video-on-demand distributor Gravitas is expanding into indie theatrical films, a more expensive proposition but with a bigger potential upside.