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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat kind of a news baron would Sam Zell make? With Tribune Co. seriously considering the Chicago real estate billionaire's buyout offer, it's no idle question. Besides amassing the nation's largest collection of office buildings in his Equity Office...
Today, Hanson and Rosenthal discuss the distinctions between online and broadcast radio play. Yesterday they debated whether webcasting should be open to hobbyists. Later this week they'll discuss the promotional value, economic challenges and shifting...
Radio Hall of Famer Mel Karmazin, co-founder of Infinity Broadcasting, former Viacom COO and now CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio, stopped in to see the editorial board Monday. Sirius is in the midst of a troubled negotiation to merge with XM, its only rival...
Fashion CriticThe power of shoes. It's something most women and many men understand completely. And it is what transformed the young, shaggy-haired, rope-bracelet-wearing entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie into a visionary business leader hobnobbing with former President...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersRandy Michaels, a veteran broadcasting executive with long-term ties to Sam Zell, will play an important role at Tribune Co. after Zell, as expected, takes over as chairman this week, people close to the company said Wednesday. Michaels' is the first...
Send us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Online music firms scored three victories last week at the expense of record labels, songwriters and/or performers. In the long run, however, those victories could end up helping everyone in the music...
JEFF CHANG is the editor of "Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip-Hop." DAVE ZIRIN is the author of the forthcoming "Welcome to the Terrordome: The Pain, Politics and Promise of Sports."MUCH OF THE criticism of commercial rap music — that it's homophobic and sexist and celebrates violence — is well-founded. But most of the carping we've heard against hip-hop in the wake of the Don Imus affair is more scapegoating than...
The funniest thing about anti-media activists whoops, I mean "public interest groups" is that their sky-is-falling brief against big media consolidation always (and I mean always) disintegrates on contact with what I like to call "personal experience....
Special to The TimesMP3 players and Apple iPods, those electronic darlings that are transforming the way we listen to music, are finding some travel-related uses beyond merely giving airplane passengers a personalized concert at 500 mph. The gadgets have given rise to the...
Some cities have mercurial weather. L.A. has tempestuous traffic. Indeed, Southern California media give our most frustrating phenomenon tornado treatment, taking much of their gridlock intel from the government, then sexing it up with their own...
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