Los Angeles Times

Meg James

Writer

Meg James is a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering the business of television and advertising. She has been a member of the Company Town team for more than a decade. She previously wrote for the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post. A native of Wyoming, she is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Columbia University.

Recent Articles

  • Viacom board members vow to fight removal attempt

    Viacom board members vow to fight removal attempt

    Gearing up for a battle for control of media company Viacom, board members on Monday took the unusual step of vowing to fight an expected campaign by Sumner Redstone and his family to shake up the board. In a letter to shareholders and employees, Viacom’s lead independent director Frederic Salerno...

  • What would it take to put CBS and Viacom together again?

    What would it take to put CBS and Viacom together again?

    Sumner Redstone had his reasons when he split his media empire into two separate corporations a decade ago: He had two strong top executives whom he wanted to keep happy, and more than enough successful businesses to go around. Since then, network chief Leslie Moonves has been running the stalwart...

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