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Spyglass moves to Westwood MEDIA DISTRICT WEST...

Spyglass moves

to Westwood

MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Spyglass Entertainment, the Burbank-based

production company that made “Sixth Sense,” “Bruce Almighty” and


“Seabiscuit,” has announced it will relocate from Walt Disney Studios

to Westwood.

The production company will occupy 17,500 square feet -- the

entire 10th floor and part of the ninth floor -- at Murdock Plaza,


10900 Wilshire Blvd.

The lease was signed in late June, and the production company will

move in at the end of September, officials said.

Founded by co-chairmen and chief executive officers Gary Barber

and Roger Birnbaum, Spyglass Entertainment develops and finances all

of is projects independently.

Southwest Airlines relaxes phone policy

AIRPORT DISTRICT -- Beginning this week, Southwest Airlines


customers will be allowed to make calls on their cell phones while

their planes taxi to terminals after landing, the airline carrier

announced Tuesday.

Previously, travelers could not use their cell phones until

airplanes came to a complete stop at their gates.

Now, flight attendants will let customers know after landing when

they can turn on their phones.

Southwest Airlines, a Dallas-based airline carrier, represents


about 70% of flight activity at the Burbank- Glendale-Pasadena


Compiled by Jackson Bell