Diane Haithman

Reporter (Media and Entertainment)

Email: dhaithman@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 230

Recent Stories

Former Internet Executive Remains Linked to Social Causes

Internet pioneer David Bohnett remains connected to social justice and philanthropic causes.

Classic Game Shows Still Making Play for Viewers

TV: Deals for ‘Jeopardy,’ ‘Wheel of Fortune’ to keep programs on through 2020.

Newly renewed “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune” still deliver big audiences for their producer.

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English Presence Speaks to Producer

Gunpowder & Sky trains sights on digital future by opening first overseas office in London.

Digital content studio Gunpowder & Sky is accelerating its global activities with the launch of an international headquarters in London.

Report: New York City Tops L.A. in Creative Jobs

While California leads the nation in creative jobs, according to a new report from Westchester’s Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles trails New York as the city with most jobs in the sector.

Former Paramount Pictures Chief Brad Grey Dies of Cancer at 59

Brad Grey, former Paramount Pictures Corp. chairman and chief executive, died of cancer Sunday night at his Holmby Hills home. He was 59.

Gunpowder & Sky Launches International Headquarters in London

Digital content studio Gunpowder & Sky is accelerating its global activities with the launch of an international headquarters in London.

Comics Titan Inks Deal To Power Up in China

ENTERTAINMENT: Sale to Camsing may ease financial issues for Stan Lee’s Pow.

Camsing’s deal for comic-book legend Stan Lee’s Pow could punch up production.

Jay Z Signs $200 Million Touring Pact With Live Nation

Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and Live Nation have announced an exclusive 10-year touring partnership, continuing the rapper’s longstanding partnership with the world’s biggest live-entertainment company.

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Former Fox Exec Vinciquerra Replaces Lynton as Sony Pictures CEO

Following months of speculation about who might replace Michael Lynton as Sony Pictures Entertainment's chief executive, veteran media executive Tony Vinciquerra will assume the post, Sony announced Thursday.

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Ebony Magazine Moving Headquarters to Los Angeles

Chicago-based Ebony magazine is moving its primary operations to Los Angeles, according to reports.

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