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California State University-Fullerton used a $50,000 grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to buy “industry-grade camera pedestals” for students in its TV studio-production classes.
Viant Technology LLC in Irvine agreed to buy Waltham, Mass.-based Adelphic on undisclosed terms.
Fountain Valley-based Hyundai Motor America Inc.’s return to the Super Bowl will include a 90-second documentary filmed during the game that will air right after the final whistle.
Irvine Company Resort Properties in Newport Beach named Dirk Willis its vice president and general manager of golf to replace the departing Stephen Friedlander.
PBS SoCal KOCE today launched channel and streaming service PBS SoCal KIDS.
The City of Irvine earned top marks from the Fiscal Times for fiscal strength among U.S. cities.
John Wayne Airport served 918,000 passengers in October, up 3% compared with October 2015’s 891,000.
Pacifica Hotels in Irvine sold the 80-room Sommerset Suites in the Hillcrest neighborhood of San Diego for $19.5 million to Sentre Partners, also in San Diego.
Stratus Development Partners in Newport Beach said its Hotel Capistrano project will open in summer 2018.
Pacifica Hotels in Irvine has signed a deal to manage the Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica.
Hospitality manager Montage Hotels & Resorts in Irvine changed its name to Montage International.
The Los Angeles-based James Irvine Foundation awarded another $1.2 million grant to the Orange County-based Pacific Symphony to support efforts to strengthen its commitment to Orange County’s Chinese-American communities through arts engagement.
Visit Anaheim plans to hold its first Sports Express show at the Wyndham Anaheim Garden Grove Jan. 11 to 13. The event will draw 15 to 20 sports event organizers and meeting planners, plus attendees from local hotels and cities.
John Wayne Airport moved about 867,000 passengers in September, up 5% over September 2015, when about 824,000 passed through its gates.
A federal judge in Illinois levied a $7.7 million award against Irvine-based Ubiquity Inc. in favor of Gerald North, principal of the former Chicago-based Gerald D.W. North & Associates.