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Despite $2.5 billion already spent on TV commercials, almost 70 million viewers tuned in to this year's first presidential debate , this year's biggest TV audience except for the…
Oct. 16, 2012from To the Point
Jun. 27, 2011from The Business
Real estate mogul Sam Zell had no media experience when he bought the Tribune Company , which owns the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, TV and radio stations and other media…
Oct. 6, 2010from To the Point
People ages 65 and up are most vulnerable to the novel coronavirus. Health officials are telling them to not go outside, and to practice social distancing.
Mar. 17from Greater LA
What's a movie lover to do? No new openings because theaters are shutting down for the duration. But new releases are coming.
Mar. 20from Film Reviews
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, TV production has almost entirely shut down.
Mar. 20from Hollywood Breakdown
It’s not enough, and it’s too late.
Mar. 13from Left, Right & Center
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot, I talk about the audience, which has been practicing a kind of social distancing since the moment Netfix started streaming — or, if you…
Mar. 18from Martini Shot
This week, a major art fair goes digital as widespread gallery closures affect our community.
Mar. 17from Arts & Culture Stories
At the new exhibit “ Current in the Shadows ,” long gold and yellow strands of seaweed hang from the walls and ceiling of Ventura College’s New Media Gallery.
Mar. 13from KCRW Features
In 1992, Peter Loughrey founded Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), specializing in 20th Century design and art. The first piece he ever auctioned was a Frank Lloyd Wright window.
Mar. 19from Design and Architecture
How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting our judicial system?
Mar. 18from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers