A Colorado company that had been in the Walt Disney Co. accelerator program has brought out a new robotic toy based on a character from the Pixar film, “Cars.”
Sports Academy announced Tuesday the opening of Sandbox Esports, a training facility for competitive video gaming.
California was the primary location of 12 out of the top 100 feature films released domestically last year, making it fourth on a list in a report released Tuesday by FilmL.A.
A subsidiary of Provision Holding Inc. has received a patent to protect its application of 3D holographic technology for self-service retail kiosks.
The assets of GameWorks Entertainment LLC are being acquired by social media and software development company Oomba Inc.
Salem Media Group has named Jeff Reisman an operational vice president in Salem’s Radio Division effective July 1.
Entertainment Partners has acquired its Canadian affiliates to unite their entertainment payroll and tax incentive services, the company announced.
Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street estimates on earnings but fell short on revenue in the fiscal second quarter.
Salem Media Group Inc. reported net income and revenue below expectations, and also announced a new debt offering.
The Writers Guild of America reached a tentative deal with the Hollywood studios and networks to avoid its members going on strike.
Talks were scheduled to resume on Monday between the Writers Guild of America and the Hollywood movie studios and networks to work out a new contract and prevent a strike, according to media reports.
Walt Disney Co. is teaming up with Hasbro on a new line of toys based on characters from the Star Wars universe.
On-location film, television and commercial production fell by 2.1 percent in the first quarter compared to a year ago, according to figures released Wednesday by FilmL.A.
Chicago media company tronc Inc. said in a public filing Thursday that it would be open to considering a proposal from its second-largest shareholder, Los Angeles billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, to buy out the company in order to own its trophy publication, the Los Angeles Times.
Next Monday, the Los Angeles Rams will begin the team’s first offseason training program at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks.