The week-old cease-fire pledge over TV ratings apparently does not extend to Federal Communications Commission chairman Reed Hundt, who is expected to endorse, at a Senate hearing today, a bill that…
In a victory for industry freelancers, a bill that would give Los Angeles and other charter cities access to personal tax records has been voted down by the California Senate Appropriations Committee.
In response to what some entertainment industry mavens view as a shortage of Los Angeles area production facilities, an investor group announced Monday its plans to begin building a $150 million…
The highly sought life rights to Peter Leonard, a man with a third-grade education who gained national recognition when he won a seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, have been granted…
Radio giants Chancellor Broadcasting and Evergreen Media have struck a deal to buy the TV-radio station advertising rep firm Katz Media for $373 million in cash.
The highest-billing radio market in the country, Los Angeles is a constantly changing mass of highly competitive airwaves --- and one that's frequently criticized for having too many boring and…
The day before it was due to make a $7 million interest payment, Alliance Entertainment filed for bankruptcy protection and confirmed it is in talks to sell its Red Ant Entertainment label.
Ground has been broken in West Hollywood at the Actors' Fund of America's 40-unit apartment complex, which will dedicated as low-cost residence care facility for entertainment professionals with…
A tourist tram burst into flames at Universal Studios Monday, sending passengers fleeing and igniting a building on the Western backlot.
Topics of diversity and universality are hot in L.A.'s clubland. With Southern California's melting-pot demographics, clubs can prosper by appealing to several ethnic groups.