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Meg James

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.
PBS SoCal moving to Burbank as part of merger between public television stations

After clawing for seven years over the same turf, Southern California’s two large public television stations — KCET and KOCE — are merging to become a stronger voice in local broadcasting.

Streaming gains make up for DirecTV's 188,000 lost satellite customers

DirecTV continues to lose satellite TV subscribers to cord cutting, but its DirecTV Now streaming service, which launched in late 2016, is helping owner AT&T maintain television customers.

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