Short-form video distributor Loop Media Inc. has signed a partnership agreement with Switch Inc., a Canadian telecom service provider.
Walt Disney Co. may relocate some business operations from California to Florida, according to media reports.
Lamps Plus has made an appearance in the new Warner Bros. Entertainment film, “Wonder Woman 1984.”
Loop Media Inc. has partnered with Ultimate Gamer to bring its music videos and other content to the gaming market.
Joel Fox, co-publisher of the conservative political website Fox & Hounds Daily, plans to close the site.
A coalition of government agencies and business groups in Los Angeles County have launched the “Safer at Work” campaign to encourage companies, workers and customers to follow best practices to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
At an investor conference Thursday, Walt Disney Co. announced its Disney+ streaming service has amassed 86.8 million paid subscribers.
For the first time since movie production in Los Angeles County reopened in June, location filming decreased in November.
Universal Studios will open its newest theme park attraction early next year at its Japanese park.
Digital advertising company The Trade Desk is partnering with California State University – Channel Islands to apply its data science platform to the education field
LA North Studios has signed a five-year lease to take more than 113,000 square feet at The Center at Needham Ranch in Santa Clarita.
Netsol Technologies Inc. fell short of revenue projections, while Tix Corp. reported zero revenue for the quarter.
Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue in the fiscal fourth quarter.
Alex Trebek, the longtime “Jeopardy!” host and prominent Valley philanthropist, died Sunday at 80 years old.
Disney is cutting about 500 jobs from its sports network ESPN as cost pressures from the coronavirus outbreak accelerate the company’s move into streaming.