Ann Sarnoff is the new chief executive at Warner Bros. Entertainment, according to media reports.
Long Beach Airport traffic dropped 12% year-over-year in May to 305,300 passengers.
The estates of Tupac Shakur and Tom Petty, as well as bands Soundgarden and Hole joined a proposed class action lawsuit against Universal Music Group over a 2008 fire that destroyed thousands of master recordings.
MEDIA: Pot publication shifts gears, puts Nasdaq plan on hold
High Times Holding Corp.’s IPO hits snag as it fails to meet listing requirements.
MEDIA: Concert-streaming company notes rising costs
Concert streaming boosts LiveXLive Media Inc. but company has struggled to meet SEC deadlines.
Paris-headquartered advertising giant Havas has acquired Battery, a fast-growing Hollywood-based advertising agency, for undisclosed terms.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. continues to shed employees in the wake of its purchase earlier this year by Walt Disney Co.
The employees of National Public Radio member station KCRW in Santa Monica voted June 14 to have the Screen Actor’s Guild represent them as their union.
MEDIA: LA area stadiums use deals to fund construction
United Airlines’ purchase of naming rights for the L.A. Coliseum’s field offers a new spin on a decades-old trend.
MEDIA: A year after Soon-Shiong purchased paper, no union contract
A year after buying the L.A. Times, Patrick Soon-Shiong and the newspaper’s union are locked in a contract stalemate.
The city of Long Beach on June 11 named a top L.A. Airport executive, Cynthia Guidry, as its new airport director, effective July 29.
Esports company Immortals has acquired esports team owner Infinite Esports & Entertainment.
USC and United Airlines have reached a new naming rights deal for the Coliseum after a previous naming deal ran into controversy, the university announced June 7.
ENTERTAINMENT: Fees can add 30% to ticket prices
Ticketmaster fees pile on costs for events at public venues.
April passenger traffic at Los Angeles International Airport rose by 63,000, or 1 percent, compared to April of last year to reach 7.2 million, according to figures released by the airport’s governing authority on May 29. The figures from Los Angeles World Airports also show that passenger traffic for the first four months of this year rose by 380,000 from the first four months of last year to reach 27.4 million, also an increase of 1 percent.