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Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Walt Disney Co. is evaluating a possible bid to acquire social networking service Twitter Inc., according to media reports.
Triton Digital has won a contract with Bloomberg Media to manage, measure and monetize its digital audio content.
NBCUniversal will lay off 200 employees at the Glendale campus of DreamWorks Animation, the media company said Thursday.
Comcast Corp. closed on its deal to acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Monday, the final day of trading for DreamWorks shares on the Nasdaq.
Warner Bros. Entertainment has named Gillian Zhao as executive vice president and managing director of Warner Bros. China.
Entertainment industry production equipment rental firm VER has consolidated its operations into three locations in the San Fernando Valley.
Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street estimates on adjusted earnings and revenue for the company’s fiscal third quarter.
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., in the midst of being acquired, beat Wall Street estimates on earnings and revenue for the second quarter.
Twenty-eight feature film productions were chosen to receive financial help in the second year of the state’s California’s expanded Film & Television Tax Credit Program.
Filming is up in Hollywood, and the space needed to create films – soundstages – is getting harder to find, presenting opportunities for entrepreneurs to lure productions to new spaces in the San Fernando Valley and Ventura County.
Audio technology developer DTS Inc. entered into an agreement with Paramount Home Media Distribution to make DTS: X available on select Blu-ray discs, it was announced Tuesday.
On-location filming in the second quarter increased by 5 percent compared to a year ago, according to a report released Tuesday by FilmL.A.
Burbank-based CW Television Network and streaming entertainment provider Netflix of Los Gatos on Tuesday announced a licensing deal that allows Netflix to continue as the only U.S. subscription television service providing past seasons of scripted CW series.
Walt Disney Co. has agreed to buy a 33 percent stake in the digital arm of Major League Baseball in a deal valued at $3.5 billion, according to media reports on Thursday.