"All celebrities are gig economy workers. They get paid per concert, per game, per show."
Cameo's CEO has joined the rest of his management team in L.A., making the move of their headquarters complete. Entertainment reporter Sam Blake caught up with him to talk about how he plans to grow the platform that puts celebrities directly in touch with their fans.
Just 8% of foster youth make it to college, but the pandemic put even those students in limbo as campuses shutdown, leaving many without the technology to allow them to take classes. iFoster's CEO writes about what it took to get the gear to them.
Celebrated music composers once headed to Hollywood to score films. Now, they're eyeing to Culver City and the thriving video game industry.
Virgin Galactic is creating a plan for NASA to fly private citizens to space.
Snap's head of diversity sent a note to staff explaining how its disastrous Juneteenth lens, which allowed users to smile to break augmented reality chains, was developed.
Time's running out to register for our event on Wall Street's perspective on the pandemic.
Caitlyn Jenner currently charges $2,500. Former NFL MVP Brett Favre asks for $300. How Cameo is encouraging celebrities to "get paid to become more famous." Read more >>
With campuses closed, nonprofit iFoster is using its robust network to make distance learning a reality for underprivileged students. Read more >>
At 13, Toni Ko came to the U.S. from Korea. By 24, she had launched what would quickly become a half-billion dollar beauty company. Hear her story >>
Join us Tuesday, June 30th at 11:00 am PST for the next dot.LA Strategy Session in partnership with HelloOffice. After the coronavirus subsides, how much work will stay remote and how will offices adapt? We'll speak with panelists from Fifth Wall and HelloOffice to find out. Read more and register here >>