The city of Los Angeles now lags behind New York City in the number of locally shot TV drama pilots this season, according to a new report. Are we still the entertainment capitol of the world? Bob Strauss with the LA Daily News talks to KCRW's Steve Chiotakis about that story. And LA County CEO Bill Fujioka will retire in November, after more than seven years as the country's top official. Abby Sewell covered that story for the LA Times.
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