Before the pandemic, Adam Burke, chief executive of the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, would have called you “crazy” if you told him that he’d be happy to report that Los Angeles hotels were at 50% occupancy.
The industry that Century City-based Air Lease Corp. operates in is in critical condition.
Video games attracted record-breaking numbers of players in 2020, and the esports industry appears poised to grow rapidly in the year ahead.
Culver City-based Scopely Inc.’s “Scrabble GO” might seem like a typical multiplayer mobile word game.
Roku strikes a deal to acquire rights to Quibi’s library of more than 75 short-form shows.
DC Films President Walter Hamada signed a deal that will keep him with the Warner Bros. division through 2023.
SAG-AFTRA and the Producers Guild of America recommended a temporary pause of in-person production due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wondery Inc., the West Hollywood-based podcast network with a roster of hit shows, will be acquired by Amazon Music.
Walt Disney Co. veteran Alan Bergman will become chairman of Walt Disney Studios and Alan Horn will stay on as chief creative officer.
Instead of suits and dresses, an ugly Christmas sweater paired with Zoom-friendly sweatpants appears to be the outfit du jour for this year’s corporate holiday parties.
Burbank-based audio and video producer Business Rockstars will be acquired for $20 million by film and television distributor Invincible Entertainment Partners, the two companies announced Dec. 15.
The debut of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has been pushed back to next fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Creative Artists Agency and the Writers Guild of America have come to an agreement that ends their 20-month standoff.
Blockbuster video game franchises “Call of Duty” and “World of Warcraft” continue to deliver big returns for Santa Monica-based publisher Activision Blizzard Inc.
Santa Monica-based Headspace Inc. is taking its relaxation and meditation content to the small screen through a new partnership with Netflix Inc.