"People try to use the public and press sentiment to try to shape commercial relationships. It's unfortunate that we get into that kind of noise."
Triller's new CEO talks to dot.LA's Sam Blake about his take on the public disputes with Universal Music Group, luring in new users, going public and the company's Fight Club plans.
HBO Max mobile downloads dip as 'Mortal Kombat' gives no boost.
Brex raises $425M at a $7.4B valuation, as the corporate spend war rages on.
Spotify's miniplayer for Facebook launches today.
Roku users could lose YouTube TV in coming days.
Apple will increase its spending in the United States by 20 percent.
'Nothing Short of Amazing': NASA Mars helicopter makes longest flight yet.
Triller files lawsuit against illegal streamers.
Riot Games taps Wisdom Gaming to operate North American Teamfight Tactics esports.
dot.LA interviewed the new CEO Mahi de Silva about his views on Triller's public disputes and whether rumors are truewhether rumors are true that Triller plans to go public.
The facility, slated to open May 1, will sit on the Port of the city's Pier T, once a U.S. Navy complex site, according to a statement from the mayor's office on Monday. The sublease was approved Monday.
Matt Skiba helped to build Snap Inc.'s executive team that helped elevate it in public markets. Now he's charged with a similar task at L.A.-based Genies, known for its celebrity avatars of Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna.
The gig economy has reached health care. Hospitals were overrun with patients in critical need during the pandemic, causing nurse-to-patient ratio policies to drop. CareRev hopes to balance that ratio out and it just got a $50 million boost.
More than 30 years ago, a young LL Cool J debuted the first single off his "Rock The Bells" album. Now, he's built a brand for classic hip hop. dot.LA talks with former BET and Coca Cola executive James Cuthbert who helps the rapper steer his company, Rock The Bells.
The COVID-19 pandemic has separated friends, family and colleagues and halted most in-person shared experiences. On the flip side, over the past year gaming, sports and entertainment companies have found new ways to help keep us engaged, connected and entertained. Read more >>
From the heart of the convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, dot.LA is pleased to announce "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit convening this new super-sector, held live virtually on Wednesday April 28. Apply to attend!