Live Nation Entertainment Inc. said it will acquire OCESA Entretenimiento for $444 million.
ViacomCBS Inc., parent company of Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures Corp., has named Brian Robbins the studio’s next chairman and chief executive.
Fox Corp. announced it acquired tabloid journalism online newspaper TMZ on Sept. 13 for an estimated $50 million.
MRC has hired NBCUniversal alum Adam Stotsky as president of MRC Live & Alternative, a new division that will absorb the operations of Dick Clark Productions.
Jam City Inc. acquired Canadian game development studio Ludia for $165 million.
Endeavor Group Holdings Inc. led a financing round for Tempus Ex Machina, a San Francisco-based technology and data company focusing on the sports and entertainment industry.
Robbins, the president of Paramount’s children’s network Nickelodeon, will replace Jim Gianopulos.
Just as airports start to match pre-pandemic levels of passenger traffic, they're bracing for another slowdown.
Pershing Square Holdings Ltd. is taking a larger stake in Santa Monica-based Universal Music Group.
Drescher, star of “The Nanny,” will face the looming expiration of the return-to-work agreements and an ever-changing landscape for content distribution.
The latest investors include Halsey, Whitney Cummings and Tom Felton.
The latest investors in the live-streaming platform include Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann, Amy Schumer and fashion designer Rachel Zoe.
As pandemic-weary consumers sought relief and distraction, fortunes soared for the entertainers on this year's Wealthiest Angelenos list.
Activity on film and TV sets in Los Angeles has returned to pre-pandemic levels, but ongoing concerns over Covid-19 and the surging delta variant are taking a toll on the cost of those productions.
Endeavor Group Holdings Inc. posted strong second-quarter earnings driven by solid performances from the company’s Ultimate Fighting Championship unit and its talent agency business.