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The Los Angeles Downtown News might soon have a new owner. After 44 years, its editor and publisher Sue Laris on Friday announced the free weekly paper is up for sale.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed state bill 1465 into law on Thursday, which would provide up to $250 million in state financial support to L.A.’s bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A Look Ahead: What's on the agenda for Los Angeles business in the coming week
Jeanie Buss knows a thing or two about entertaining basketball fans downtown, but now the Los Angeles Lakers president is bringing a different sport to the area: professional wrestling.
MEDIA: Shares of tronc still up from Gannett bids while Times presses into future.
Los Angeles Times embarks on digital future as acquisition bid for parent tronc has yet to click.
The sprawling two-month-old Sports Museum of Los Angeles, which chronicles baseball from its infancy and details the Dodgers move from their Brooklyn beginnings to Chavez Ravine, has closed its doors to the public.
Gunpowder & Sky, Van Toffler and Floris Bauer’s recently launched digital content studio, announced today that it has acquired independent content sales and distribution company, FilmBuff. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Downtown’s Broad Museum of Contemporary Art had a banner inaugural year, drawing in more than 820,000 visitors, according to figures the museum released Tuesday.
Emmis Communications Corp., parent of Los Angeles Magazine, is about to close a sale of one of its other crown jewels: Texas Monthly.
Fender turns to Hollywood, internet to lift sales
Guitar maker Fender looks to crank the volume on sales with a new outpost in Hollywood.
MEDIA: TakePart.com sees bigger role to play under Jeff Skoll’s Participant.
Jeff Skoll’s TakePart plans more content to differentiate the activist news site from parent Participant.
The Los Angeles Rams reached an agreement with Los Angeles city officials to pay for the cost of police and other city services for home games, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday.
Santa Monica-based movie and television studio Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. and New York City-based media company Univision Communications Inc. announced they will debut a premium Spanish-language subscription video on demand service in the United States early next year.
Restaurant taps rare rum in whipping up mai tai that will set you back $26.
Restaurant Here’s Looking at You has uncorked a $26 mai tai reliant on rare rum.
All USC sociology professor Manuel Pastor wanted to do was catch some Z’s before having to give a keynote speech at the annual meeting of the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations in Cleveland a couple of weeks back.
TV: Academy looks to spread out Emmys action with three award nights.