Los Angeles magazine has signed with CAA for representation.
The magazine is owned by Engine Vision Media, a company headed by power lawyers Ben Meiselas and Mark Geragos. The duo bought Los Angeles in December 2022 from Detroit-based Hour Media; the deal also included Pasadena and Orange Coast magazines.
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CAA will work with the magazine to adapt its stories into scripted and unscripted series and films, along with other media formats.
“I am thrilled to partner with CAA to bring the most interesting stories about the greatest city in the world to an even bigger audience,” Meiselas said in a statement. “CAA is the best in the business.”
Christopher Gialanella is the publisher of Los Angeles, and Shirley Halperin is editor-in-chief. Halperin, former executive editor of music at Variety, joined the magazine in June, taking over for Maer Roshan (who was recently named co-editor-in-chief of The Hollywood Reporter).
Los Angeles has published since 1961 and has won four National Magazine Awards, most recently in 2013 for a package of stories about plastic surgery.
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