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Loop Media Acquires Eon Media Group in Singapore

Loop Media Inc. has acquired Eon Media Group from Ithaca Holdings, a media company with interests in music, tech, film and television.

Xytech to Facilitate NBC’s Broadcast of Tokyo Olympics

he division of NBC Sports Group that handles broadcasts of the Olympic Games has selected Xytech to provide software to orchestrate the logistics of people, equipment, locations and transmission feeds.

Fox Business Host Trish Regan Joins Salem Media's Podcast Network

Salem Media Group Inc. announced that Trish Regan will join the lineup of the Salem Podcast Network starting June 15.

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Post-Merger Media Giant to Take Name Warner Bros. Discovery

Warner Bros. Discovery is the name for the company that will combine the media assets of Discovery Inc. and WarnerMedia, according to media reports.

Disney Names Two New Board Members

Walt Disney Co. has elected Amy Chang and Calvin McDonald to the company’s board.

Loop Media Expands Content Channels

Loop Media Inc. has added several new premium video content channels to its Loop for Business service.

Reagan Library to Reopen

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum will reopen to the public after being closed the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tix Quarterly Report Includes Exit of CFO, Board Members

In conjunction with its quarterly report, Tix Corp. provided an update on operations that disclosed three board members and the chief financial officer are no longer with the company.

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WarnerMedia to Combine With Discovery in $43 Billion Deal

AT&T Inc. will spin off its WarnerMedia division to join forces with Discovery Inc. to create one of the largest media companies in the world.

Disney Beats Predictions on Earnings, But Not Revenue

Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings but missed on revenue during the fiscal second quarter.

Television Pushes Up Location Filming in First Quarter

On-location television filming returned to Los Angeles in a big way during the first quarter, according to figures released by FilmL.A.

HBO Max Grows Subscription Base

Streaming service HBO Max and cable television network HBO added more than 2 million new domestic subscribers in the first quarter.

Updated Regulation Allows Out-of-State Customers at Theme Parks, Concerts

A small update to the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy on Tuesday allowed vaccinated out-of-state visitors to attend venues and events – including theme parks – restricted to in-state visitors only.

Universal Studios Hollywood Reopens to Public

Universal Studios Hollywood opened for guests to visit the theme park’s rides and attractions, including the all-new “The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!” and “Jurassic World—The Ride.”