Diane Haithman

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Stream Teams

As viewers turn to streaming, content companies turn to LA

Although some of the companies may be headquartered elsewhere, the heart and soul of entertainment’s streaming video industry lives and thrives in Los Angeles.

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Staying Sharp

Elicia Castaldi I Girl with Knife

Girl with Knife founder Elicia Castaldi brings an edge to her stationery company and her sense of fashion.

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WarnerMedia Names Jason Kilar CEO

New WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar will oversee streaming service HBO Max, launching May 1.

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Cool for Cats

Kanchan Singh I Crumbs & Whiskers

Crumbs & Whiskers founder Kanchan Singh is purr-fectly casual at her cafes.

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By a Thread

360Sweater spins up a range of recycled cashmere products

360Sweater's Naked Cashmere line is made from cashmere recycled from never-worn clothing items.

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Quibi on Track for April Launch

Streaming service with fresh content could benefit from lockdown

Short-form streaming startup Quibi has been forced to cancel promotional events, but it appears that the company remains advantageously positioned to launch on April 6.

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Fully Loaded

Don Tashman I Loaded Boards Inc.

Don Tashman, chief executive at Loaded Boards, puts his design energy into his company's longboards.

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Sunny Disposition

Matt Jarvis I 72andSunny

72andSunny co-chairman Matt Jarvis aims for comfort, simplicity and creativity.

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72andSunny Elevates Shutt

Move by ad agency follows departures, layoffs in 2019

Playa Vista-based advertising agency 72andSunny has named Global Chief Operating Officer and Partner Evin Shutt to lead the company as chief executive.

ArcLight Looks to Spice Things Up With Promotion

Theater chain enlists celeb chefs for popcorn ‘Experience’

Arclight has unveiled a new offering to up its game: gourmet popcorn flavors created by celebrity chefs and inspired by ArcLight’s four major markets, including L.A.

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