AT&T will spin off its WarnerMedia entertainment assets in a $43 billion deal with Discovery, creating a new publicly traded company.
After more than a year of canceled vacations, closed attractions and halted events, there are signs of a comeback in L.A.
Walt Disney Co.’s revenue slipped 13% in its fiscal second quarter as growth slowed at Disney Plus and the company’s theme parks struggled to recover.
James Murdoch is looking to raise $300 million by bringing a special purpose acquisition company, Seven Islands Inc., public.
The Recording Academy has named Harvey Mason Jr. as its new chief executive and president, effective June 1.
Funny or Die Inc. has been acquired by businessman and former Democratic fundraiser Henry R. Muñoz III.
Podcast network Wondery Inc., which was recently acquired by Amazon.com Inc., will partner with Apple Inc. on a podcast subscription service.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc. saw revenues tumble 79% in the first quarter of 2021.
Several major Hollywood studios have inked deals with Plano, Texas-based Cinemark Holdings Inc. to shorten theatrical release windows.
ViacomCBS will launch its newest streaming service, Paramount+, in Australia and New Zealand.
Venice-based virtual concert platform Wave has secured a minority investment from Warner Music Group.
Passenger traffic at local airports surged in March, hitting the highest level since the pandemic began while air cargo continued to soar.
Beverly Hills-based entertainment company Endeavor Group Holdings Inc. made its stock market debut on April 29.
Allen Media Broadcasting will pay Gray Television $380 million for seven broadcast TV stations.
Sony’s Culver City-based motion pictures division saw revenues fall 25% in fiscal 2020.