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"The best vaccine is the first one that's available."
People scouring for vaccine appointments on the state's website will soon be able to choose which brand they want. Reporter Francesca Billington gives us a breakdown on how and where to track them down.
Amazon spent $11 billion on video and music content last year.
How Angelenos are battling food insecurity using hyperlocal apps.
Bilibili signs deal with Activision Blizzard, securing exclusive rights to Overwatch League.
Plex tops 25M users and raises funds for expansion.
California enlists surveillance satellites to sniff out greenhouse gas 'super-emitters.'
San Diego robot truck startup TuSimple stock closes flat, after IPO raises $1B.
A former alt-right YouTuber explains his methods.
Less than 1 in 4 workers has gone back to the office as businesses plot a wider reopening.
Bezos says Amazon should "do a better job for our employees" after union vote.
Mark Zuckerberg is urged to scrap plans for an Instagram for children.
CBS to merge local and national TV news under two executives.
Pfizer or Moderna? With COVID-19 vaccinations open to L.A. County residents 16 and over, people booking appointments often want one or the other. We have some tips on how to find what you're looking for. Read more>>
Retrospec, a Los Angeles-based ecommerce brand that sells outdoor recreation and fitness gear, is among the latest companies to enter the sizzling e-bike market. Read more>>
Los Angeles-based Pearpop clinched $16 million to grow its influencer monetization platform. Already, influencer talent agencies have added their rosters to Pearpop, including TalentX, Get Engaged and Next Step Talent. Read more>>
The Coachella of capitalism is back. After repeatedly postponing its flagship event last year, the Milken Institute announced its conference will return this fall to a fully in-person event. Read more>>
We're looking for Southern California startups in the media, entertainment and gaming industries that have a product on the market and have raised less than $1 million in funding. We want your thoughts on the most promising, innovative, forward-thinking startups in these sectors to pitch at dot.LA's inaugural media summit.
Guest judges and advisors from the venture capital community will be announced soon. Contact Annie@dot.LA with any questions.