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  • NBC Seeks Record $4.5M For Super Bowl Ads

    NBC is seeking around $4.5 million for a 30-second spot in Super Bowl XLIX, according to ad-buying executives, a whopping sum that could represent a new record for pricing in the gridiron classic, as well as a 12.5% uptick over prices sought for Fox's...
  • Statistics show rise in Glendale median home prices

    Statistics show rise in Glendale median home prices
    Glendale's inventory of single-family homes for sale shrank last month, while the median price rose past the $700,000 mark, a 13% jump from the same time last year, according to the latest real estate statistics. The median price for a single-family...
  • When Rino Scanzoni Speaks, TV Networks Tend to Listen

    With the glitzy TV-network "upfront" presentations in the rear-view mirror, advertisers and TV executives are about to head to the negotiating table. Rino Scanzoni's actions will be under scrutiny by all sides. As chief investment officer for the massive...
  • Upfronts 2014: Networks Widen Pitches to Include More Platforms, Longer Time Frames

    To hook the interest of advertisers, the nation's biggest TV networks have come to a unique understanding: They need to sell more than just TV commercials, and not everything they sell has to appear on the traditional TV screen. This year's upfront...
  • Upfronts 2014: All Eyes On NBC To Set Market Prices

    Everyone wants to know how the Peacock will strut. In the still-embryonic "upfront" market of 2014, most buyers and sellers have yet to move off of the sidelines. Part of the reason for that is that many advertisers have not registered ad budgets,...
  • Massachusetts woos Hollywood. NBC looks to have big upfront.

    Massachusetts woos Hollywood. NBC looks to have big upfront.
    After the coffee. Before making my NBA and NHL predictions. The Skinny: I'm all caught up with FX's "Fargo." Last night's episode had some of the most beautifully shot scenes I've ever seen, although I'm sad about the ending. That's not a spoiler, by...
  • Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates decline again as 30-year averages 4.14%

    Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates decline again as 30-year averages 4.14%
    Mortgage rates fell for the fourth week in a row, with Freddie Mac pegging the average for a 30-year fixed home loan at 4.14%, down from 4.2% last week. Not since the end of October have rates been so low, according to the survey -- an enticement forĀ ...
  • Home resales rise 1.3% in April as housing market heats up

    Home resales rise 1.3% in April as housing market heats up
    Sales of previously owned homes rose nationwide in April as the housing market picked up some steam amid the spring selling season. Home resales climbed 1.3% from March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.65 million, the National Assn. of Realtors...
  • Rosedale train explosion still being felt by local businesses one year later

    Rosedale train explosion still being felt by local businesses one year later
    When the derailed train cars full of hazardous chemicals exploded, a shock wave shot through an adjacent industrial park, shattering windows, cracking concrete and buckling metal paneling and roofs. A year later, the recovery continues. "We're a...
  • Expert: City's historic inventory list should be reduced

    Although a city-hired consultant is suggesting removing 216 structures from a list of historic houses and commercial buildings in Laguna Beach, some residents want more off the list — namely their own properties. Property owners said during a...
  • Seite Books comes of age on the Eastside

     Seite Books comes of age on the Eastside
    When Adam Bernales and Denice Diaz started Seite Books in a little storefront in East Los Angeles, a lot of people thought their taste in books was too highbrow. The offerings on the store's first, sparsely stocked shelf when it opened in 2010...