L.A. Times Wins $266K From Photographer David Strick 27 weeks ago
The Los Angeles Times has been awarded slightly more than $266,000 by an arbitrator in its lengthy dispute with photographer David Strick,...
By Tim Kenneally
I should know: In my nefarious career, I worked for both the L.A. Times and Michael Eisner
The Comcast-NBCU combination is certain to initiate Hollywood's biggest game of musical chairs in years
Pressroom worker posted about production problems, Orange County plant restarting
Full-page ad promoting unreleased film follows lawsuit against Variety claiming fraud
Re-Update: The paper charged six figures for the special that put the news in the back seat to a full-page movie ad - even Hollywood is skeptical
For weeks, rumors about 2009’s third round of layoffs have been bubbling up like methane from La Brea Tar Pits
Catfight on Spring St.: Editor John Arthur calls NBC ad "horrible." Advertising's Lynne Segall says editorial "approved."
USC Annenberg School for Communications' Marty Kaplan weighs in on the L.A. Times' controversial creation of ads posing as news.
The L.A. Times has found controversy again over a four-page advertising section will be part of Calendar on Sunday, designed to resemble editorial, promoting the Paramount movie, 'The Soloist.'
Another wave of layoffs and buyouts hits Spring St., with the number put at more than 50.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga