His Culver City firm has been expanding its portfolio of studios and soundstages in the entertainment capital and beyond.
“Content is king.” Or so we’ve been told. But, if that’s true, it begs the question: Who’s the king of content?
Surely, companies like Netflix, Disney or HBO come to mind, as they fight the famed “streaming wars” by pumping out material at a fever pitch while amassing record numbers of subscribers. However, the success of those name-brand producers depends on available studios and soundstages, which translates into unrelenting demand for such space — even during a global pandemic.