Brian Watt Business and Economics Reporter
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
Corporations don't usually own pro sports teams, but the LA Kings and NY Rangers are owned by two corporations that compete.
Years ago, Sterling paid out millions in settlements and legal fees after tenants sued, alleging violations of the Fair Housing Act. What's his record been since then?
As E3 rolls around, Video game industry continues to see sales growth, but the project-driven cycle of work makes layoffs routine.
As California's horse-racing scene adjusts to losing Hollywood Park, the timing of California Chrome's Triple Crown chase is perfect.
The applications were in. The lottery was beginning, but then a bomb scare stopped the process of picking California film and TV tax credit recipients.
The state on Monday began accepting applications for the latest round of tax incentives just days after the state assembly approved a bill to expand the program.
A bill to expand California's Film and TV tax incentive program now heads to the state Senate after easily clearing the Assembly. But how much will it cost?
Gene Seroka, Mayor Eric Garcetti's choice to head the Port of Los Angeles, will understand the port's customers — because he's worked extensively for one.
Santa Anita plans to use 'El Segundo Sand' in a major renovation of its main race track. The sand's being dug up in construction projects at LAX.
Now returning to the CHP motorcycle fleet: Harley Davidson. Will local Southern California agencies turn back to the iconic brand as well?
Sony's CEO says entertainment is just as important as electronics at the Japanese company, but cuts in the entertainment division will go deeper than planned.
News has taken SCPR reporters to Santa Barbara before, but now listeners there can find SCPR on the radio dial...at 89.9 FM
If you’ve flown out of Terminal 1 at LAX, you know it needs an upgrade. Southwest has already started working on that, but wants to do more.
AT&T and DirecTV? Magic now says he could be interested in Clippers, and so do some fans. StubHub is going to start producing its own concerts.
The Donald Sterling affair forces NAACP to confront its bind with regard to big donors. "All money is not good money," says the state NAACP president.