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"It's more expensive and takes a lot more time now to produce."
There were no outbreaks on set in L.A. last month, despite an uptick in film permits and applications. It's a sign that the thorough testing protocols set in place are helping the industry create a safer workplace. Reporter Francesca Billington on what film production's recovery might look like.
Warner Music Group exec Stu Bergen announces his exit.
WarnerMedia announces layoffs of 5% to 7%.
Country rapper Lil Nas X will host a concert inside popular online game Roblox.
Disneyland announces more furloughs and blames California's coronavirus rules.
Bird saw a spike in use during free Election Day "Roll To the Polls" campaign.
Spotify buys podcast ad and hosting network Megaphone for $235 million.
Nielsen aims to bring targeted ads to TV next year.
Biden's transition team includes some notable tech execs.
Get to know Apple's new M1 chip.
Film and television production in Los Angeles picked up last month, but the threat of a second wave of coronavirus has studios worried that the filming uptick — still far below pre-COVID levels — may not last. Read more >>
Israel has the largest number of startups per capita. This Santa Monica accelerator is connecting Israeli entrepreneurs to U.S. venture capitalists — now, virtually. Read more >>
Titan School Solutions, an Irvine, Calif.-based company that provides cloud-based software to manage school nutrition at more than 700 districts nationwide, has been acquired by LINQ for $75 million. Read more >>