The National Football League’s Business Connect program works each year to ensure that local businesses win vendor contracts.
Recent profit gains are due in large part to the release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and its spinoff, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.”
Kevin Demoff, the Rams’ chief operating officer, sees many upsides to the team’s Super Bowl appearance at home that can translate into business opportunities.
Burbank-based Legendary Entertainment received a $760 million minority-stake investment that will enable the developer and producer of big-budget content to join the mergers-and-acquisition rip going across Hollywood.
The Teamsters Local 399 and Hollywood Basic Crafts revealed the terms of the tentative deal struck with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers to improve wages and working conditions for their members.
Just days after conducting its Q4 2021 earnings call in which it reported increased revenue for WarnerMedia, AT&T Inc. announced that its board of directors has decided to spin off its holdings in the media company during WarnerMedia’s upcoming merger with Discovery Inc.
The four commercial airports serving L.A. County mounted a comeback last year, though they still have quite a way to go to climb back to pre-pandemic travel levels.
Old and new venues across L.A. County are adapting to changing entertainment needs to secure new business and capitalize on fan enthusiasm.
Angel City Football Club has sold more than 14,000 season tickets for the upcoming National Women’s Soccer League season.
L.A.’s sports industry is as robust as ever, and teams and venues are getting highly strategic in how they compete for lucrative deals and fans’ devotion.
AT&T Inc. released its fourth-quarter 2021 earnings report, noting increased revenue for WarnerMedia ahead of its expected merger with Discovery Inc.
Warner Chappell is increasing revenue from getting the company’s existing songs and new artists' work placed in different types of media.
FilmL.A. Inc. announced that production activity in Los Angeles set a new record in the fourth quarter of 2021.
There’s a reason that the Super Bowl is referred to as “the Big Game”:
Brentwood-based startup LFG NFTS Corp., doing business as Autograph, is ready to make a big splash in the fast-growing market for nonfungible tokens, or NFTs.