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"When this is all done, the top streaming platforms – Netflix, Amazon and Disney – will emerge with the lion's share of scripted content creation."

A recent assessment of the future of the traditional studio system suggests that the industry will have drastically changed by the end of the pandemic.

Engineers from UCLA and USC have teamed up to design a mask to design reusable respirator masks.

Entertainment reporter Sam Blake has a look at what's riding on AT&T/Warner's launch of HBO Max next month.

Watch our new weekly review of top stories with dot.LA's Kelly O'Grady and sign up for our next Strategy Session featuring our founder Spencer Rascoff and the CEO of Relativity Space!

Watch: Introducing Our Weekly News Briefing

Check out our weekly rundown of key dot.LA stories and general developments from the L.A. tech, media and startup space. Chief Host and Correspondent Kelly O'Grady has a rundown of this week's stories: Musso & Frank Fallout, VC Check Writing, Pandemic Pivot.

The End of Hollywood As We Know It?

An analysis by the media researchers at MoffettNathanson finds viewer habits are changing rapidly and predicts that studios will return to a very different world once the COVID-19 crisis ends. Read more updates >>

Is Amazon Peeking at Third-Party Seller Data?

Amazon has long said that it doesn't use its advantage as the operator of a massive marketplace to compete with third-party sellers on that platform. But a new investigation by the Wall Street Journal found the company has been doing just that when considering what products to focus on. Read more >>

AT&T's Wild Week

A launch date for HBO Max, a new earnings report and a new CEO. It was all in a week's worth of announcements for AT&T. Read more >>

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