PBS SoCal KOCE today launched channel and streaming service PBS SoCal KIDS.
EDUCATION: Space to be used for new illustration major
The Laguna College of Art and Design in Laguna Beach has purchased its North Campus property—a three-acre patch known as “Big Bend”—to accommodate growth.
Rallio Looks to Impact Entire Tire Ecosystem
An Irvine-based digital marketing startup sealed a partnership with the Bowie-Md.-based Tire Industry Association.
Alorica Inc. in Irvine named Tania King chief legal officer and chief compliance officer.
Eva Weiler is the new managing partner of Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP’s Irvine office, succeeding Doug Robinson.
TicketSocket Looks to Lure Couch Potatoes
A Newport Beach-based company that facilitates the issuance of events tickets has partnered with a cloud-based network to offer registration and tickets for online broadcasts of live events.
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.
University of California-Irvine named Ronald Cortez vice chancellor for administrative and business services, effective Feb. 13.
Sleep Monitors Analyze Slumber Data Overnight
Two companies are tapping into concerns about getting enough quality sleep in a fast-paced world with recently launched apps designed to help people get a better night’s rest.
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.