Colleen O'Mara

Hype Media

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Chair of the Venice Media District Committee, a sitting committee of the Venice Chamber of Commerce; ten-year resident of Venice and owner of Hype Communications, a PR and marketing company that works primarily with entertainment companies in Los Angeles, California and beyond

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For a long time, people in Silicon Valley would fly to LA when they had to.

Silicon Beach and the Perils of Gentrification

For a long time, people in Silicon Valley would fly to LA when they had to.

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