Salem Media Group in Camarillo announced three management appointments on Monday, including one for its national operations and two in its local radio markets in Nashville and Philadelphia.
Cinedigm Corp. announced today that on Dec. 29 the Sherman Oaks based entertainment company secured a $10 million loan from Bison Entertainment and Media Group.
Dole Packaged Foods took home the Grand Marshal award at the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Years Day for its “Sharing Nature’s Bounty” float.
Valley film studios took the top three spots in 2017 box office market share, according to an analysis by Variety.
Post-production house Point.360 will receive up to $3 million in financing to help it through its bankruptcy.
Walt Disney Co. has agreed to buy 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion, Disney announced Thursday.
Outdoor ice skating has returned to Burbank for the 2017 holidays.
Walt Disney Co. has added the head of a biotech firm and a computer technology executive to its board of directors.
Walt Disney Co. is closing in on a deal to buy the media assets of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc., according to media reports Tuesday.
North Hollywood film equipment rental house Birns & Sawyer Inc. plans to auction off equipment and Hollywood memorabilia, the company has announced.
New York investment company HC2 Holdings Inc. has acquired Azteca America, the Spanish-language television network based in Glendale, the company announced Thursday.
Television series accounted for a majority of filming on soundstages and studio backlots in 2016, according to a new study released Thursday by FilmL.A. The study marks the first time FilmL.A. has analyzed production activity on soundstages and backlots.
Gary Goddard has taken an immediate leave of absence from his eponymous entertainment design firm under a cloud of suspicion after being accused of sexual abuse by actor Anthony Edwards.
A federal government committee will take no action on a deal involving a Hong Kong investment firm’s majority interest in entertainment content distributor Cinedigm Corp. in Sherman Oaks.
Respawn Entertainment, the video game company behind the “Titanfall” franchise, has been acquired by Electronic Arts Inc. in a deal valued at up to $455 million.