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As the streaming wars heat up, Netflix is not just aiming for big name directors, but also making an effort to support first-time filmmakers. It’s part of a long-term strategy to build the company’s feature film business.
With indie film box office declines and more movies coming into the Sundance Film Festival with distribution, the days of sky high sales could be over.
TikTok, a video sharing platform, said Wednesday it is moving into a 120,000-square-foot office in Culver City that may eventually hold 1,000 people.
The move follows Hallmark’s decision in December to pull a wedding planning company’s ad because it featured same-sex couples celebrating their marriages.
Burbank-based Walt Disney Co. is selling the game maker to Culver City-based company Scopely.
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