Wall Street Journal
Staff writer for the Wall Street Journal; former media and entertainment reporter for the Los Angeles Times
AT&T acquired HBO’s parent company in June. It was part of an $85 billion deal between AT&T and Time Warner. Now AT&T is starting to make major changes.
Mar. 5, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
All over Southern California, formerly sleepy neighborhoods are now crowded with traffic — all because the smartphone app Waze has become so popular with desperate commuters.
Nov. 23, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
Major League Baseball means Big Money: In the next 25 years, the Dodgers will get more than $8 billion from Time-Warner Cable. But it only serves 30% of the LA market.
Jul. 28, 2014from Which Way, L.A.?
Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks has been closed since November 7, 2018, the night a Marine veteran walked in and shot and killed 12 people before taking his own life.
Nov. 6from Greater LA
Edward Norton, writer, director and star of 'Motherless Brooklyn', discusses the time-traveling and imperatives that attracted him to this private eye story.
Nov. 7from The Treatment
Movies about car racing sound like operas scored entirely for bassos. "Ford v Ferrari" fills that bill, but it also has significant things to say on a variety of worthy subjects.
Nov. 15from Film Reviews
KCRW invites you to attend an advance screening of Queen & Slim from Universal Pictures.
Nov. 6from Arts & Culture Stories
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage made ‘The O.C.’ and ‘Gossip Girl’--some of the most defining young adult shows of the early 2000’s.
Oct. 25from The Business
It’s not that often that stunning design is the reason to go see LA’s intimate theatre. But design is really the reason to go see Son of Semele’s production of Sarah Kane’s play “4:48…
Oct. 21from Opening the Curtain
KCRW invites you to an advance screening of The Two Popes from Netflix.
Nov. 12from Arts & Culture Stories
Jeff Stanzler uses virtual reality for good in his dramatic new project "State Power".
Nov. 1from The Treatment
In his feature film directorial debut 'The Report', Scott Z. Burns applies his unique approach to look at the truth behind the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" after 9/11.
Nov. 14from The Treatment