Film shooting days were down in the second quarter in Los Angeles and a few surrounding cities, according to a report released July 18.
MEDIA: Oreva Capital’s ambitions raise eyebrows
Can High Times live up to new owner’s rosy projection?
Lantern Capital’s $289M deal cuts pool available for misconduct payouts
BK sale leaves less money available for civil claims against Weinstein.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Mary Walrath approved on July 11 Dallas-based private equity firm Lantern Capital Partners’ $289 million purchase of the Weinstein Company Inc., freeing the Weinstein Company to dissolve.
A July 6 announced purchase agreement has allayed concerns of numerous people who sued the Weinstein Co., which declared for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
West Los Angeles private investment firm Shamrock Capital announced July 3 that it sold its share of theater advertising company Screenvision Media.
The California Film Commission announced July 2 that it will pay $15 million total to relocate production of two television shows to California as part of the state’s $330 million-a-year motion picture tax credit program.
Milken Institute sees dearth of incentives for women, minority hires in law
Bill to extend tax credit passes.
MEDIA: Cross-cultural marketing helps expand reach
Hispanic advertising reflects patterns of assimilation.
Digital advertising exchange H Code announced June 26 that it acquired HipLatina, a digital lifestyle publication for Hispanic women that claims to reach 4 million consumers per month through its website and social media.