Brian Watt Business and Economics Reporter
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Brian Watt is a Business and Economics Reporter for KPCC. He joined the KPCC news team in 2007. Prior to that, he worked as a producer at "Marketplace," where he filed a number of his own stories and even filled in some mornings as host.
Brian holds degrees in Theater from Yale University and the Sorbonne, and has worked as an actor in France, Italy, Brazil, Hungary and Hollywood. He appeared in a few television shows, including "The West Wing," "Judging Amy," and "The District."
Stories by Brian Watt
Time Warner offers free access to the Tennis Channel during the U.S. Open for cable customers affected by the CBS blackout.
"I get goosebumps, the same as anyone in the stands," Scully said. "As long as I get excited — as long as I truly feel the emotion — I should still be here.”
Nearly three weeks into the CBS blackout on Time Warner Cable, CBS inks a new deal with Verizon, and TWC plans to provide free antennas. See the ad CBS put out here.
Disney continues streamlining its workforce, with 175 positions reportedly slated for elimination at the Disney/ABC Television group.
While Los Angeles County's unemployment rate jumped to 10 percent in July, a state Employment Development Department official said that's an improvement over a year ago.
A lawsuit filed by Time Warner Cable subscribers shows customers are angry at the cable company for blacking out CBS and Showtime. But does TWC have a point?
The California Department of Food and Agriculture said Wednesday the pests have been detected in parts of Anaheim, Artesia, Cerritos and other areas.
A short documentary from Werner Herzog on texting while driving is helping drive AT&T's campaign against the practice. Will it work?
Dole Foods is going private after accepting an offer from CEO David Murdock. The offer has sweetened since June, when Murdock and family made their first bid.
Norman Marden's '58 Chevy Impala was stolen seven years ago. He has it back, but he's not happy about it.
CBS and Time Warner Cable dispute draws government attention, while TWC subscribers look for alternatives during the blackout.
CBS and Time Warner Cable failed to reach a deal by 2 p.m. today over carriage fees. Stations are going dark in Los Angeles, New York City and Dallas.
Time Warner Cable and CBS Corporation report earnings growth in second quarter. Both companies continue negotiations over carriage fees as they face a Friday deadline.
The CPUC declared Tuesday that it should have jurisdiction over and regulate companies that use mobile apps to help people find a ride.
The fee dispute between Time Warner Cable and CBS took an odd turn when the cable giant said it was dropping CBS in L.A. and two other cities, then reversed the decision.