"Podcast discovery trails other media formats, such as video."
Finding a good listen isn't easy, especially as the format becomes more saturated. A handful of Los Angeles startups are trying to make discovery easier. Reporter Breanna De Vera has details.
Voice chat app Clubhouse raises $100 million.
Tesla accuses engineer of stealing Warp Drive secrets.
TikTok has until Friday to respond to Italy's order to block users it can't age-verify.
Google workers in 10 countries form union alliance.
Warner Music Group and Feed Media Group launch Adaptr, a startups licensing platform.
Moderna says it's working on COVID booster shot for variant in South Africa.
NBCUniversal's Peacock to become WWE's exclusive streaming home.
AMC avoids bankruptcy, at least for now.
Facebook will let researchers study its election ad targeting data.
Google plans vaccination clinics at some of its sites in Los Angeles and elsewhere.
Spotify tests audiobooks with 'Frankenstein,' 'Jane Eyre' and other classics.
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Nominate Companies for Our Next Virtual Pitch Showcase
We are thrilled to announce the next virtual pitch showcase, which will be broadcast live at 11:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, February 4th. We're looking for Southern California startups in any industry founded by entrepreneurs of color and/or women, or by entrepreneurs from low-income or underrepresented communities. Submissions are now open for company nominations to present at the live event. Submissions will be evaluated on a rolling basis. Please contact annie@dot.LA with any questions.