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Mamba Sports Academy Rebrands

Mamba Sports Academy will drop the “Mamba” from its name and rebrand as Sports Academy, the company announced Tuesday.

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ENTERTAINMENT: Distancing halt performances, classes.

Disney Earnings Dive in Second Quarter

Walt Disney Co. badly missed Wall Street estimates on earnings but barely beat them on revenue for the fiscal second quarter as the company got knocked around by the coronavirus outbreak.

Las Vegas Closure Hurts Tix Business in First Quarter

Tix Corp. had significant lower financials in the first quarter due to the shutdown of entertainment venues in Las Vegas from the coronavirus outbreak.

Outlook Buys Newspapers in Burbank, Glendale and La Cañada-Flintridge

Three newspapers closed by the parent of the Los Angeles Times this month have been purchased by the owner of the Outlook Newspaper Group.

Head of WarnerMedia to Take Top Job at AT&T

John Stankey, head of WarnerMedia, which includes Burbank-based Warner Bros. Entertainment, will become chief executive of AT&T Inc. by July 1.

Virus Impacts Location Filming in First Quarter

On-location filming dropped 18 percent in the first quarter as the coronavirus outbreak brought productions to a standstill, according to figures releases Thursday by FilmL.A.

Virus Drops Location Filming in First Quarter

On-location filming dropped 18 percent in the first quarter as the coronavirus outbreak brought productions to a standstill, according to figures releases Thursday by FilmL.A.

Cinedigm Doubles TV Channel Viewership

Cinedigm Corp. has grown the viewership on its free and ad-supported digital networks by more than 108 percent since October.

Cinedigm Reports Doubling of TV Channel Viewership

Cinedigm Corp. has grown the viewership on its free and ad-supported digital networks by more than 108 percent since October.

L.A. Times Closes Three Newspapers in Valley Region

The Los Angeles Times will close three community newspapers in the Valley region because of advertising declines during the coronavirus outbreak.

Reports: Iger Back in Control at Disney

Walt Disney Co. Executive Chairman Bob Iger has resumed control of the Burbank entertainment and media giant, according to media reports.

Disney+ Reaches 50 Million Paid Subscribers

Walt Disney Co. in Burbank on Wednesday said that its Disney+ streaming service had signe up 50 million paid subscribers globally.

Free Speech Coalition Debuts New Logo

The Free Speech Coalition has rebranded itself and debuted a new logo.

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Disney to Furlough Non-Essential Employees

Walt Disney Co. will begin furloughing all non-essential employees at its U.S. operations beginning April 19.